What is Jonna Hill’s new Netflix Therapy documentary, ‘Stutz’ all about?

Jonna Hill has partnered with Netflix to make a therapeutic documentary called “Stutz.” In this film, he shares with audiences his journey towards mental health healing, with the help of world famous therapist, Phill Stutz.

Jonna Hill, 38 years old, is the famous Hollywood actor, comedian, screenwriter, film director and producer, born in December 1983 in the US. 

You may know Jonna in a few roles he has played in famous movies, animated movies and Netflix series like; The Wolf of Wall Street, 21 Jump Street, Maniac, The Lego Movies just to name a few.

So many people suffer from depression, anxiety and lack of self-confidence.

Everyone has gone through some sort of mental problem at least once in their lifetime, but it is most noticeable in celebrities when they reach the peak of their fame. 

Most of them seek help from a psychiatrist , but others succumb to the mental health problem and look for solutions elsewhere, in drugs or alcohol, which leads to an early death.

Guess that’s what Jonna went through, before reaching for help from a therapist, but not just any therapist.

Jonna got the best therapist in the world who helped patients for over 40 years, Phil Stutz, and to celebrate his amazing work, Jonna created a Netflix documentary retracing his journey to inner healing called ‘Stutz’. 

The film will first show the close relationship between Jonna and Stutz, followed by the therapist’s autobiography and the different tools he gives to his patients to fight depression like; visualization, and finally Jonna’s experience and expectations.

Jonna showed the world her weaknesses and vulnerabilities in the film, in hopes that it will inspire viewers to seek help when they can.

Here are some few words from Jonna Hill and Phil Stutz from the film trailer.

Statement from Hill: “I’m just gonna acknowledge how odd this endeavor is a patient making a movie about his therapist. But my life has gotten immeasurably better as a result of working with you. If it worked for me, maybe it will work for other people.” referring to viewers and Stutz.

Statement from Stutz: “You can’t move forward without being vulnerable. Vulnerability, connection to the rest of the world. You’re giving out the signal to the world, I need you because I can’t do this by myself.” referring to patients. 

The Netflix documentary will be released on November 14, 2022.

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