(CNN) – Taylor Swift officially broke the internet on Friday.
Not only did he release the re-recording of his 2012 album “Red” – this time it’s called “Red (Taylor’s Version)” – but he released a short film that left his fans jaw-dropping.
It’s called “All Too Well” and is named after a track from his album. For years, fans have assumed that the song, which tells the story of a breakup, was about her passionate short-lived romance with actor Jake Gyllenhaal in 2010.
Now that the nearly 15-minute short film is out, speculation that it was about Gyllenhaal seems to have solidified in the minds of his fans, who call themselves “Swifties.”
The video accumulated more than 13 million views on YouTube in less than 24 hours from its premiere.
This version of the song has new lyrics, revealing a bit of information about the relationship, “And I was never good at telling jokes, but the joke is / I’ll get older but your lovers keep my age / But I’m in a new hell every time you betray my mind / You said that if we had been closer in age it might have been fine / And that made me want to die. “
One revealing lyrics and scene is when Swift says she was heartbroken on her 21st birthday, which slides neatly into the Swift-Gyllenhaal dating timeline like a glove.
He spoke with Jimmy Fallon about his decision to re-record the song, but has never confirmed that the song is about the actor. CNN has reached out to him for comment.