Selena Gomez: My Mind and Me, a highly anticipated documentary feature film, will make its world premiere on AppleTV+ on November 4, 2022, the platform has officially confirmed. Alek Keshishian, who also directed the critically acclaimed documentary Madonna: Truth or Dare, is the film’s director. Following the Emmy-nominated documentary Billie Eilish: The World’s a Little Blurry, the movie is the second joint venture between AppleTV and producers Lighthouse Management Media and Interscope films.
Selena Gomez Is Revealing Her Personal Life To Her Followers
Following the music sensation, Selena Gomez‘s mental health struggle after years of fame and popularity is Selena Gomez: My Mind and Me. A sudden change pulls Gomez into the shadows just as her career is reaching a new high point. The documentary chronicles a six-year journey to her current stage in her career and includes candid, an intimate video of her daily life. The documentary’s official show description on Apple TV+ reads as follows:
With the title “My Mind & Me,” Selena Gomez shared an official trailer for the documentary on Instagram. Sometimes we don’t get along, and it’s difficult to breathe. But I wouldn’t alter my way of life. It includes brief excerpts from the documentary and scenes of her crying, laughing, performing, and spending time with family and friends to illustrate the highs and lows of her daily existence.
Gomez has accrued over 45 billion global music streams as a pop recording artist. She has also starred in a number of films and TV shows, including Ramona and Beezus and Disney Channel’s Wizards of Waverly Place. Gomez has sold more than 210 million singles worldwide. She started out as a Disney Channel kid star, which helped launch her into a lucrative pop music career. She is presently a cast member of the popular Hulu series Only Murders in the Building, for which she was nominated for an Emmy this year.
AppleTV+ delivers high-quality streaming entertainment options, including feature films, acclaimed drama, comedy, family-friendly programming, and ground-breaking documentaries like Selena Gomez: My Mind and Me. The documentary film will debut on November 4, but you can see the trailer below till then:
Alek Keshishian, known for directing Madonna’s infamous, no-holds-barred 1990 documentary Truth or Dare, which is regarded as one of the best music documentaries of all time, is the director of My Mind and Me. Some have noted that the six-year span in question covers a number of significant events in Selena’s life, including the cancellation of her Revival tour due to mental health issues, having her kidney transplant as treatment for lupus, and disclosing her bipolar diagnosis. Fans are hopeful that My Mind and Me will be as honest and open as its predecessor.
— Selena Gomez (@selenagomez) September 8, 2022
After directing Selena’s “Hands to Myself” video in 2015, Keshishian allegedly began working with her. Writer Matt Jacobs tweeted that he had spoken with the filmmaker, who “promised it would have more integrity than the other documentaries of late,” suggesting that My Mind and Me is more in-depth and vulnerable than its contemporaries. Fans expressed their support for Selena’s decision to talk about some of her most vulnerable experiences, including ones that she hasn’t discussed frequently right away.
“‘Why is she still discussing this?’ “Why is she still discussing that?” Because she can! It’s as simple as that; she decided to end this documentary when she was ready, not out of clout, not out of pity, and most definitely not out of a desire to show the public something. One person wrote: “This stuff is real.”
selena gomez’s documentary is going to include all of this and honestly i don’t think i’m ready enough for this pic.twitter.com/xyLzcijWnc
— ًlinda (@selsbossanova) September 9, 2022
“Considering how hard Selena Gomez has battled to achieve this level of accomplishment in everything, her documentary is going to be heartbreaking and uplifting. She is self-made, and I can’t wait to hear her story through her, “a different person wrote.