Robin Williams Documentary Trailer: An Intimate Portrait of the Comedian

Robin Williams Documentary Trailer: An Intimate Portrait of the Comedian

It follows Robin Williams through his life and career, until his suicide.

Those who did, offer insights into the side of Robin Williams the public didn't get to see, and that is the subject of the new HBO documentary, Robin Williams: Come Inside My Mind.

The first trailer for the documentary can be seen below featuring narration from Williams as well as rare clips of the late comedian doing sketch and standup from the early days of his career.

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Directed by Marina Zenovich, the documentary debuted at this year's Sundance for Zenovich's third time and earned rave reviews from critics, now holding a 100% rating on review aggregate Rotten Tomatoes based on 10 reviews. "My father didn't always feel like he was succeeding", he says. "But he is the most successful person I know". The trailer for Robin Williams: Come Inside My Mind is out and it will leave any Robin Williams fan emotional. "It's time to enter the human mind", says a sombre Williams, as if leading you through a dark tunnel. Described by the cable network as "a amusing, intimate and heartbreaking portrait of one of the world's most beloved and inventive comedians", it promises to take viewers through Williams' extraordinary life and career and reveal what drove him to give voice to the characters in his mind. In the words of Billy Crystal: "He stood out in a way that nobody else did".

Williams' family is also a focus of the documentary, with his son Zak Williams sitting down for an interview.

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