Lady Gaga’s fans will see the glimpse of her personal life with the Netflix original film “Gaga: Five Foot Two.” Directed by the documentary filmmaker Chris Moukarbel, he introduced the real Stefani Joanne Germanotta to the people from the time she was just starting to the height of stardom.

"[Lady Gaga] shows so much humanity in the film," Chris Moukarbel revealed via (Jakarta Post). It could be seen in her music and interviews, although this was just her way to strengthen that compassion and let her fans to see her real self.

New documentary film

In fact, Chris Moukarbel believed that people could learn a lot from “Gaga: Five Foot Two.” It also depicted what it entails to be influential, vulnerable, and generous at the same time.

The film started with Lady Gaga’s 30th birthday. Fans would see her reflecting on her past relationships, her wrangle with Madonna, and how to redefine herself.

Viewers would also see her moving on from the different reviews her 2013 album “Artpop” received. The film, too, showed how she struggled and pushed herself to do a follow-up LP in 2016, which is “Joanne.” However, the physical demands and the pressure of giving the highest standard in her every performance is now taking its toll on her.

"I'm a woman struggling now, instead of a girl," she said in the movie.

A much-needed hiatus

In a press conference on Monday during the premiere of “Lady Gaga: Five Foot Two” at the Toronto International Film Festival, the “Million Reasons” hitmaker revealed that she is planning to take a break when the “Joanne World Tour” wraps up in December.

Nearly one year since Lady Gaga released “Joanne,” she has worked nonstop. She performed at the Super Bowl halftime show, started a world tour, filmed a movie, and created this new Netflix documentary.

Thus, she decided to slow things down for a moment for “some healing,” MTV reported. "I'm gonna take a rest. I don't know how long,” she said.

But, it doesn’t mean that Taylor Kinney’s former girlfriend is going to stop creating new stuff. She even hinted that she has other projects she is planning to do, although it is a must for her to take things a little easier now.

She even talked about her struggle with Chronic Pain. This was her reason why she had to cancel her gig in Montreal, Canada on Sept. 4. She admitted that her pain doesn’t serve her any good if she doesn't transform it into something useful. So, she hopes that people with the same condition know that they are not the only one.