Dickinson — The Bee | Apple TV+

Dickinson — The Bee | Apple TV+


(Music) Emily has a wild imagination. Bee, I was hoping you’d come. What’s up? (Music) Alena Smith:
She’s always asking for someone
to understand her. And it feels like she becomes
increasing alone. Alena Smith:
But because she’s Emily, she’s
conducting all sorts of Alena Smith:
relationships with imaginary
figures. How did you get inside? Girl, I flew through the window. Hailee Steinfeld:
The Bee is a figment of Emily’s
imagination. The Bee shows up every time
Emily was feeling a bit lost, or
alone. Will you dance with me? Hailee Steinfeld:
And the bumblebee will sort of
come in and save the day. Bee, you’re so sweet. I’m covered in pollen, baby. Emily:
Bee! Alena Smith:
The show explores that being
alone, Alena Smith:
can be tough, but perhaps that
was the very thing that generated such
powerful creativity. May I have this dance? Bee, you don’t mind, do you? (Music) Buzz… (Music)