i feel like the mv tackles on very important aspects of our lives; it tells a lot about issues that people deal with everyday: depression, constriction, insecurities, addiction, suffocation, abusement.. and i think i need you ’girl’ is just a figurative metaphor, ‘girl’ could be friends, happiness, purpose,
armys. it’s really ironic how the scenes are all dark but not from jin’s. and the part where he opens the curtains, and cries, is when taehyung kills (and commits suicide?), jimin drowns, jungkook get beaten up and crashed, hoseok collapses, yoongi burns and got burnt, namjoon blows up (?) the place with his lollipopalized cigarette. i think symbolically, this part tells us a lot about what they deal with everyday, like internal struggles, and incapacities, weaknesses..
and how throughout the mv, everyone has a storyline except for jin. but then, he is the one that holds six petals of white flower lilies, burns them in the beginning but they bloom in him in the latter part of the mv. like a rebirth, they say the flower symbolizes chastity and virtue, and most often associated with funerals, symbolizing that the soul of the departed has received restored innocence after death. and that is beautiful. it’s like the the most beautiful moment in life is when they’re together, which can be seen throughout the song.
the ending scenes seem dreamy to me, kind of light and airy, and happy. jin might’ve died at the end or not, idk, but i like how jin is the one that looks to the camera at the start of the song, and also at the end. he is the one that holds the flower. jin’s the story teller.