“Still” Trailer: Michael J. Fox Documentary on Parkinson’s Disease

Apple has released the official trailer for its highly anticipated documentary, “Still: A Michael J. Fox Movie,” which is set to premiere May 12.

‘Still’ follows Fox, the legendary ‘Back to the Future’ and ‘Teen Wolf’ actor, as he tells his life story, from growing up in Canada to becoming one of Hollywood’s biggest stars. Hollywood. Director Davis Guggenheim elevates Fox’s story with the inclusion of documentary, archival and scripted elements, which come together to take viewers into the world of Fox.

In interviews with Guggenheim, Fox recounts the difficult years following his diagnosis of Parkinson’s disease, a brain disorder that causes uncontrollable movements, at just 29 years old. Now 61 and having come to terms with the disease, Fox recounts in the trailer how living with Parkinson’s has made him a “tough son of a bitch”.

Ahead of the world premiere of “Still” on Apple TV+, the film screened earlier this year at the Sundance and SXSW film festivals. After the film’s premiere at Sundance, VarietyPeter Debruge wrote in his review: “Fox is a charismatic guy, and even though his personal history has been overshadowed by Parkinson’s disease, Guggenheim’s upbeat and ultra-refined documentary is a reminder of what a personality he was – and is – energetic and relatable. -filter.”

Guggenheim also served as the documentary’s producer, alongside Annetta Marion, Jonathan King, Will Cohen and executive producers Nelle Fortenberry, Jonathan Silberberg, Nicole Stott and Laurene Powell Jobs. Michael Harte (“Three Identical Strangers”) served as the documentary’s editor.

Watch the “Still: A Michael J. Fox Movie” trailer below.

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