The plot is just confusing enough to have already stirred up speculation on Reddit and YouTube, but don’t expect spoilers. “I always try to leave enough space for people to make their own interpretations,” Bayley says. “For me, that’s more interesting than having a definitive 'correct’ explanation.”
1. INTRODUCTION : YOUTH 2. RUN -Japanese Ver.- 3. FIRE -Japanese Ver.- 4. DOPE -超ヤベー!- (Japanese Ver.) 5. Good Day 6. Save ME -Japanese Ver.- 7. フンタン少年団 (Boyz with Fun) (Japanese Ver.) 8. ペップセ (Baepsae) -Japanese Ver.- 9. Wishing on a star 10. Butterfly -Japanese Ver.- 11. FOR YOU 12. I NEED U (Japanese Ver.) 13. EPILOGUE : Young Forever -Japanese Ver.-
The hardest thing about being a teenager is finding validation for your belief system. We are spoon-fed ideal lifestyles by people from a completely different generation with a completely different perception of the world who will always think they ‘know better’ because of their age. When you are young, you are patronised, constantly. Told that you are still growing, still learning, and that you will understand all of this when you are older. But teenagehood has changed, completely, even just in the last decade. We are growing up ENTIRELY DIFFERENTLY to how our parents grew up. We are a new generation and we deserve a voice that comes from within us, not from middle aged women writing coming of age novels using grotesquely deformed 'text language’ and petty stereotypes like PLEASE we may be young but we can think for ourselves and we have thoughts and opinions that are just as valid as everybody else’s because emotional maturity comes from when you stop to actually mentally digest this idea that we have to conform to the society that has been handed to us. We have been given a sickened, dying society. We are here to change it. Listen to us speak.