Selena Gomez is about to release a new documentary focused on the last six years of her life, a documentary focused on showing all facets of her life as an actress, singer or activist. However, her documentary is not only focused on her professional life, it is also a focus given the dark and unknown parts of the American, such as her confrontation with depression, anxiety or a lupus diagnosed in 2014.
Although it also reflects her social work and collaborations, such as her trip to Kenya to build schools there or the aim of her songs to help people to prioritize themselves, as in the case of “Lose You To Love Me”, single released in 2019.
In addition, “My mind a me” is also the title of his new single, the one that accompanies the documentary of the same, basing its essence on the importance of mental health and becoming the second production of Lighthouse Management + Media Management + Media and Interscope Films.
The 95-minute documentary premiered on Apple TV on November 4, explaining that the goal: “I hope that telling my story can help others tell theirs.”
In short, Selena Gomez’s documentary focuses on showing the pain of going from success to emptiness in a single second, but will also explain how she searches for the light.