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find out everything about the singer's new documentary series on Netflix

This Wednesday (13), Netflix launches “Se Eu Fosse Luísa Sonza”, a documentary series that promises to go behind the scenes of the album “Escândalo Íntimo”, released by Luísa in August this year. However, over the course of three episodes, the production is content to scratch the surface of controversial issues, such as the breakup with Chico Veiga and accusations of racism.

Exposure and criticism on social media

According to information from F5, the series begins by showing Luísa as a constant target of exposure and criticism on social media. The singer, at various times, reveals the pain caused by the attacks and how music became her refuge in the face of adversity.

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Official poster for the series “If I Were Luísa Sonza” (Photo: reproduction/Netflix)


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One of the most memorable moments narrated by Luísa is the end of her marriage with comedian Whindersson Nunes. The singer expressed her anger at the awards received, in the case of the “separation that caused the most in 2020” trophy, offered by Folha de São Paulo, demonstrating that her divorce was treated as a spectacle and venting about the virtual attacks that forced her to seek refuge In Mexico.

I keep this shit exposed to show the fucking absurdity that this motherfucking son of a whore is. You guys are shit, damn, you guys are shit. That's who you are. Look at the kind of things we receive [troféu]. Like, you guys fuck everyone's brains out. Brazil kept threatening me with death and I left for fucking Mexico, idiots”, said the singer.

Chico Moedas and the accusation of racism

Other aspects covered superficially are her relationship with her ex-boyfriend Chico Veiga, inspiration for the song “Chico”, and the accusation of racism against Luísa, in which case she asked a black woman for a glass of water in Fernando de Noronha , in 2018. The singer mentions these topics only in passing, leaving gaps in the understanding of these events. The accusation of racism, in particular, is treated briefly, with Luísa defining the incident as “unfortunate” without exploring details of the case.

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Trailer for the documentary production that will be released this Wednesday (13) (Video: reproduction/YouTube/Netflix Brasil)


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One of the few moments in which the series touches on a more sensitive aspect of Luísa's life is when she is seen taking the anxiolytic Rivotril on the plane, before a presentation. However, the production leaves the viewer in the dark by not exploring this issue in more depth, not explaining the dosage or the reasons behind the use of the medication.

Featured Photo: Luísa Sonza scene in Netflix work (Reproduction/YouTube/Netflix Brasil)

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