Come Inside My Mind: The trailer of this Robin Williams documentary is bittersweet and poignant

“Stand-up is survival, for me that’s jazz, that’s what I’ve to do,” Williams’ voice is heard saying in the trailer. You are only given a little spark of madness, if you lose that, you are nothing.”
Williams’ struggle with drug addiction and his inherent sense of fear of being left alone are a few of the subjects that the documentary will delve into. There are beautiful photographs, lovely and nostalgia-inspiring visuals of the late master comedian and Oscar winner. For all the latest Entertainment News, download Indian Express App
© IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd It has been directed by Marina Zenovich. The film called Robin Williams: Come Inside My Mind will air on July 16 on HBO. The trailer ends appropriately with the actor saying, “Come on, now. 2018-06-09T13:10:35+05:30″>
Published: June 9, 2018 1:10:35 pm

The Robin Williams HBO documentary titled Robin Williams: Come Inside My Mind will premiere on July 16

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At one point, the actor is heard saying that “there was a fear to run away from it all, to run into it all.” Towards the end of the trailer, Williams’ son Zak says that his father didn’t always feel that he was succeeding, but despite that sense of insecurity, he still was at the top of his game until the very end. Nearly a minute into the trailer and we see Martin speak about how Williams was really comfortable on stage, but behind the scenes, he was barely holding himself together. The two-minute-long trailer opens with the voice of Williams announcing to the listeners, “Ladies and gentlemen, it is time to enter the human mind.” And what follows is a sequence of visuals from Williams’ life, from his stand-up shows and movies interspersed with appearances by the late actor’s friends including the likes of Billy Crystal and Steve Martin.