The trailer begins with Gaga walking down a quiet and empty stairwell before opening the door to a loud horde of cheering fans, a juxtaposition that mirrors what she tearfully said in one of the preview clips: "I'm alone...every night".
The short clip also shows her wincing in pain as she lies on an operating table, and getting a new tattoo.
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Gaga, 31, has also shared some footage of the documentary on Instagram, including discussing her fear of being alone. "I'm going to fight like fucking hell for them to fucking love this", she says in firm prizefighter mode before popping out for the high-energy extravaganza. From the preparation of her album Joanne to the Super Bowl, through her appointments with the doctor, her heart pains, her trips with friends, the documentary tells a insane year in the life of the singer.
Gaga: Five Foot Two is directed by Emmy-nominated filmmaker Chris Moukarbel (Banksy Does New York and Me at the Zoo) The documentary is shot in a non-intrusive "fly on the wall" style over an eight-month period. The film will be presented at the Toronto International Film Festival and will be broadcast exclusively on Netflix on September 22.