Taylor Swift's 'All Too Well' short film has arrived and it's transcendent

Prepare to weep. All Too Well: The Short Film is here.
Taylor Swift, a first-time director, released her short film via YouTube on Friday evening. It features Dylan O'Brien, Sadie Sink and their love interest against the backdrop of autumnal romance. The film was shot in 35mm. The film's title is after Swift and features an extended version of Swift's fourth album Red. "All Too Well (10-Minute Version) (Taylor’s Version)" and the rest (Taylor’s Version) were dropped on Thursday, as a sort of silver lining in Swift's ongoing efforts to re-release early discography after a long legal battle.

Although I have only seen the film once, I cannot list all possible autobiographical clues. Pablo Neruda's opening line sums up the film's tone well: "Love is so brief, forgetting so long." We can be sure that we won't forget this one soon.