Robin's Wish: new trailer for Robin Williams documentary released

Robin's Wish: new trailer for Robin Williams documentary released
The tragic death of Robin Williams has left a kind of chasm in the hearts of many fans around the world. The new documentary, entitled Robin's Wish, will try to fill that void, showing the last days of the actor's life and the projects he was working on, in the hours leading up to his death. You can see the video at the link below.

The documentary will give fans an intimate and personal look at the man who has entertained his audience for years and who, in recent times, has been fighting hard against body dementia Lewy disease, a severe degenerative disease. The actor's wife, Susan Schneider Williams, and Night at the Museum director Shawn Levy, open the curtain on the final weeks and days of Robin Williams' life, shedding light on his strength and humanity. br>
Shawn Levy remembers the last days of work on the third installment of the Night at the Museum franchise: “It was the last movie, it was clear that something was happening to Robin. I remember he told me that something was happening to him, that he no longer felt the same ”. Things became very clear to family and friends after his wife was made aware of the coroner's report revealing the monster Robin Williams had dealt with during the latter period of his life. br> Susan Schneider recently said, “I was called in to read the coroner's report, and that's when I began to understand what was really going on. My husband was battling a deadly disease. All areas of his brain had been attacked by the disease. This experience has totally disintegrated it ". In fact, as doctor Bruce Miller explains, Lewy body dementia is a devastating disease. This increases anxiety, insecurity, causing disappointments that cannot be understood in the least by healthy people.

Robin's Wish , as by description, it will be an intimate portrait of Robin Williams and his character strong , will be the true story of what really happened to one of the greatest entertainers of all time, and what his mind had to fight in his last days of life.

we recommend You purchase this link of the intense biography of the actor written by Dave Itzkoff.



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