Taylor Swift releases heart-wrenching 13-minute short film inspired by hit All Too Well


Taylor Swift left fans emotional after releasing a heart-wrenching 13-minute short film inspired by the extended version of her beloved hit All Too Well.

The movie, directed by the 11-time Grammy winner, starred Stranger Things star Sadie Sink and Dylan O’Brien, who portray her and who many assume to be her ex Jake Gyllenhaal.

As the melancholy breakup ballad played, the actors brought to life many of its lyrics, like ‘dancing around the kitchen in the refrigerator light.’

Tear-jerker: Taylor Swift left fans emotional after releasing a 13-minute short film inspired by the extended version of her beloved hit All Too Well

Tear-jerker: Taylor Swift left fans emotional after releasing a 13-minute short film inspired by the extended version of her beloved hit All Too Well

While Swift gifted fans at a private screening in New York City with tissues, viewers at home were taken aback by the tear-jerking masterpiece. 

The film began with Sink, 19 and O’Brien 30, looking madly as they laid in bed together and stroked her hair, prompting her to ask: ”Are you for real?’

‘What do you mean?’ the Teen Wolf alum replies, to which she gushes: ‘I don’t know, I’m beginning to feel like, maybe, I made you up.’

Memories: The movie, directed by the 11-time Grammy winner, starred Stranger Things star Sadie Sink and Dylan O'Brien, who portray her and ex Jake Gyllenhaal

Memories: The movie, directed by the 11-time Grammy winner, starred Stranger Things star Sadie Sink and Dylan O’Brien, who portray her and ex Jake Gyllenhaal

Better days: As the melancholy breakup ballad played, the actors brought to life many of its lyrics, like 'dancing around the kitchen in the refrigerator light'

Better days: As the melancholy breakup ballad played, the actors brought to life many of its lyrics, like ‘dancing around the kitchen in the refrigerator light’

Footage then pans to them driving upstate holding hands, before cuddling up in the woods, before passionately kissing as they walked by a lake. 

Looking inseparable from one another, she jumps on him for a piggyback ride, before going to dinner with his friends, where he notably snubs her.

As O’Brien acts like the life of the party at an intimate dinner, in which his on-screen girlfriend clearly doesn’t know a soul, he won’t hold her hand.  

In the woods: While Swift gifted fans at a private screening in NYC with tissues, viewers at home were taken aback by the tear-jerking masterpiece

In the woods: While Swift gifted fans at a private screening in NYC with tissues, viewers at home were taken aback by the tear-jerking masterpiece

After he shakes her hand off his wrist, Sink looks crestfallen and things don’t get much better from there. 

As they exit the car, he looks upset and throws his keys on the floor in front of her feet as he yells at someone at the phone.

Once inside as she does the dishes, clearly still troubled by their argument, he angrily asks: ‘Why are you so p**sed off?’

The film began with Sink, 19 and O'Brien 30, looking madly as they laid in bed together and stroked her hair, prompting her to ask: 'Are you for real?'

The film began with Sink, 19 and O’Brien 30, looking madly as they laid in bed together and stroked her hair, prompting her to ask: ‘Are you for real?’

‘I’m not p**sed off, who said I was p**sed off?’ she cooly replies, before he proceeds to gaslight her by dismissing her feelings as ‘ridiculous.’

As he explains he was simply hanging out with his friends, who were ‘super f***ing nice to her,’ Sink explains she liked his pals but was hurt he wouldn’t look at her all night.

‘You could have asked me one thing the entire night,’ she suggested. 

Livid, O’Brien, shots back: ‘Such bullsh** that’s such bullsh**! 

Once inside as she does the dishes, clearly still troubled by their argument, he angrily asks: 'Why are you so p**sed off?'

Once inside as she does the dishes, clearly still troubled by their argument, he angrily asks: ‘Why are you so p**sed off?’

As he explains he was simply hanging out with his friends, who were 'super f***ing nice to her,' Sink explains she liked his pals but was hurt he wouldn't look at her all night

As he explains he was simply hanging out with his friends, who were ‘super f***ing nice to her,’ Sink explains she liked his pals but was hurt he wouldn’t look at her all night

Heartwrenching: The bickering goes on and on as Sink says he made her feel stupid and he accuses of her of being selfish before profusely saying he was sorry

Heartwrenching: The bickering goes on and on as Sink says he made her feel stupid and he accuses of her of being selfish before profusely saying he was sorry

Sinking then screams at him: ‘You dropped my f**king hand! What am I suppose to do with that?’

‘I didn’t even **king notice,’ he tells her as she explains his friends are still strangers to her and nearly a decade older. 

‘I feel so out of place, you’re the only one that makes me feel comfortable,’ she tearfully says. ‘They won’t even look at me.’ 

Back on: The apology seemed to work enough to briefly rekindle their romance as they go back to drinking wine, slow dancing and snuggling up together

Back on: The apology seemed to work enough to briefly rekindle their romance as they go back to drinking wine, slow dancing and snuggling up together

O’Brien insists he did nothing wrong and was simply ‘catching up with friends’ and couldn’t believe she was still bringing up him dropping her hand. 

‘I don’t even remember the moment that you’re talking about,’ he fires back.  ‘How can you be attacking me about something that don’t even, like, f**king know. I was doing it subconsciously.’  

The bickering goes on and on as Sink says he made her feel stupid and he accuses of her of being selfish before profusely saying he was sorry. 

Cruel end: He ultimately ends things with her, leaving her sobbing alone in her bed as she turns to writing to express her excruciating heartbreak

Cruel end: He ultimately ends things with her, leaving her sobbing alone in her bed as she turns to writing to express her excruciating heartbreak

The apology seemed to work enough to briefly rekindle their romance as they go back to drinking wine, slow dancing and snuggling up together. 

He ultimately ends things with her, leaving her sobbing alone in her bed as she turns to writing to express her excruciating heartbreak. 

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