A documentary about the final days of comedy hero Robin Williams will reveal how the actor battled a rare neurological disorder until his death.
Jumanji The star died in August 2014, suffering grief for the much-loved star around the world.
Now the new documentary, entitled Robin’s wish, Will give more and more insight into the star’s life, interviewing people closest to him.
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One such person is director Sean Levy, who worked with Williams in all three. night at the Museum Movies.
In Robin’s wish, Levi described working with Williams on the final installment, filmed two years before his death, and noting that he was not himself.
Levy said: “It was clear to all of us on the previous film that something was going on with Robin on the set.
“I remember her saying to me, ‘I don’t know what’s going on. I’m not there anymore'”
The documentary, directed by Tyler Norwood, will reveal how Williams battled a rare brain disease called Lewy body dementia.
His wife, Susan Schneider Williams, recently told Entertainment Weekly: “With the invaluable help from leading medical experts, I saw what Robin and I had gone through, finally understood – our experience coincided with science .
“And the way I discovered it was bigger than me, and bigger than Robin. The entire story was revealed during the making of this film and it is true that Robin and I were searching. ”
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Describing where the title of the documentary came from, he said: “Robin wanted to help all of us be less afraid. This was Robin’s wish.
“We were discussing that we wanted our inheritance to be in life; When it was time for us to leave, how we wanted to make people feel. Without giving up, Robin said, ‘I want to help people be less afraid.’
The documentary will be released on September 1 via VOD.