‘My Mind And Me’ Documentary Delves Into Selena Gomez’ Battle With Mental Health. Trailer Out!
A child artist that we all adored and a pop singer who made us groove to her beats, no matter what generation you belong to, Selena Gomez is a name that we all can resonate with.
In the honor of Mental Health Day (10th of October), Selena Gomez shared the official trailer of her documentary film titled ‘Selena Gomez: My Mind & Me’. Helmed by director Alek Keshishian, the upcoming documentary is based on the life story of Selena Gomez, her rise to fame that spans over the period of six years and follows her journey into the new light.
In the two minutes long trailer one can hear voice overs from the television news that say “Selena Gomez was diagnosed with lupus, depression and anxiety. She had a mental breakdown.” The next scene opens with her saying “I am going to stop living like this” after which the screen goes blank and Selena Gomez is seen coming out of a bathtub saying “How do I learn to breathe my own breath again?”
It further talks about how she has been working since she was a child, achieving unimaginable stardom after years of limelight and the things that have been holding her back.
The documentary is said to offer a “raw and intimate’ look of the singer, songwriter and actor’s life that revolves around her battle with mental health, fame and how she deals with all the things going on in her life.
The documentary will have a global premiere on 4th of November on Apple TV+.
Apart from this Selena Gomez received a Grammy nomination for her first all-Spanish EP album and an Emmy nomination for her role in the critically acclaimed and award-winning series “Only Murders in the Building.”