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According to production staff, many of the interview scenes were left on the cutting room floor due to "orders from above".
"I write Joanne to help understand my physical and emotional pain through my family's history of the death of my aunt at a young age in 1974 of the auto-immune disease Lupus. I wrote Joanne to heal me and find the strength to power through everything, with the determination I learned from my Italian immigrant family." Gaga continued by writing that although it is "surreal, happy and also hard", she was "touched" that the documentary revealed how fame is "not all it's cracked up to be". "It is lonely, it is isolating, and it is very psychologically challenging because fame changes the way you're viewed by people. For me, it feels very unnatural, but complicated because I know it is my destiny to be a performer," she said. "Yet I am so humbled by the side of fame that breeds love from the world, the voice I've been given by my fans to spread messages of empowerment and equality, the fortunate life it's brought to me and my family and how we can now give to others in need."
originally posted by: kuraijanai2013
Will Lady Gaga finally help spill the beans about what we have always suspected all along? That the hidden nefarious shadow people who influence our young though music and culture are indeed driven by satanic rituals and secret socities?