Here's how you can watch BTS' documentary film 'Break The Silence' online

Here's how you can watch BTS' documentary film 'Break The Silence' online

BTS' Break The Silence: The Movie is now available for purchase!

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In an announcement made by WeverseBig Hit Entertainment's fan community platform, the 'Life Goes On' act's latest documentary film, in addition to a commentary version, will be available for video-on-demand purchase exclusively on the platform. The package is available on Weverse for 19.99 USD.

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Preorders for the film start on 30 November, 9 AM (TH/ID Standard Time) 10 AM (PH/SG/MY Standard Time) until 16 December 6:59 PM (TH/ID Standard Time) 7:59 PM (PH/SG/MY Standard Time) on Weverse

Preorders include a special emblem and access to a greetings video from each of the members. 

Break The Silence: The Movie will make its online premiere via Weverse on 16 December, 6 PM KST, while Break The Silence: The Movie Commentary will be available on VOD On Air on 19 December, 10 PM KST. VOD On Air is a new Weverse feature wherein you can watch the content live. Break The Silence: The Movie Commentary will be released as a regular VOD on 21 December, 6 PM KST.

Video playback will be available in 720p HD, 1080p HD, and 4K. Subtitles are provided for English, Korean, Japanese, and Chinese.

Break The Silence: The Movie follows BTS on their 14-month long LOVE YOURSELF tour, and offers fans an inside look into their life offstage. Directed by Park Jun Soo and produced by Big Hit Three Sixty, the film is an adaption of the seven-episode docu-series Break The Silence, which was made available on fan platform Weverse earlier this year. The movie was first released in September this year, in select theatres across the globe.

Break The Silence is BTS' third film following 2018's 'Burn The Stage: The Movie', which broke the record for highest-grossing event cinema musical production, and 2019's 'Bring The Soul: The Movie.'

BTS' latest album, BE, sold 2 million copies within 24 hours of its debut. This is the group's most personal record yet, with each member taking part in its production.

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