As Beyoncé mentioned, one of the ways she and the movie's team told the story was through fashion—and there was no lack of it. Every scene featured captivating costumes donned by the cast members, including one-of-a-kind creations worn by Bey herself. From sparkling to patterned and printed, virtually no style or silhouette was left behind in the film's incredible wardrobe, all clear works of art.
While their famous parents tend to keep them out of the spotlight, fans get glimpses of the famous mom of three with her youngest little ones, now-3-year-old twins Sir and Rumi Carter, including in her dedication of the film.
At points in the film, a portrait of Beyoncé depicted as a Mother Mary figure can be seen hanging on a wall, showing the star holding her twins in her arms with Blue Ivy next to her. Baby angels appear above her holding Grammy statues, while below her, a child appears in both corners, possibly symbolizing the miscarriages she suffered.
The film features several celebrity appearances, including from Pharrell, Lupita Nyong'o and Naomi Campbell—the latter of which are mentioned in "Brown Skin Girl."
Beyoncé puts her friendship with fellow Destiny's Child member Kelly Rowland front and center multiple times in the film, including when they embrace in a sweet hug during "Brown Skin Girl."
Beyoncé's firstborn is featured singing and dancing in several scenes of the film, including during "Brown Skin Girl," in which her posing harkens back to her appearance in her famous mom's 2016 "Formation" music video.
Lineage is a significant theme in the film, depicted in one particularly powerful moment when Beyoncé appears with both her mother, Tina Knowles, and daughters, Blue Ivy and Rumi, all wearing the same print.