Netflix has unveiled the trailer for documentary My Beautiful Broken Brain, which is released in March.
The VOD giant has snapped up the rights to the documentary, which is exec-produced by David Lynch and follows the story of Lotje’s Sodderland’s rehabilitation and recovery after a stroke. The movie captures the strange new world she inhabits, teeming with color and sound.
Co-directed by Sodderland and Sophie Robinson, My Beautiful Broken Brain is an official selection of the 2016 SXSW Film Festival, making the film the latest festival title to be acquired by Netflix following a raft of deals at Sundance.
“I am thrilled to join Lotje and Sophie in sharing My Beautiful Broken Brain with the world,” Lynch said in a statement.
“The brain is truly fascinating and much in the way that our brains are able to achieve total coherence — finding enlightenment and fulfillment, you will surely be moved and inspired by this journey of self-rediscovery.”
The movie will premiere online exclusively on Netflix on Friday 18th March.
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