Jonah Hill's Netflix film achieves 100% on Rotten Tomatoes and fans can't get enough
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With Christmas fast approaching, many families will be sitting down to watch something in front of the box.
You can watch the trailer for the 'beautifully raw' film here:
New documentary Stutz - which stars and is also directed by Hill - is a very personal journey as it follows Hill's therapist Phil Stutz, who is one of the world's leading psychiatrists.
The film sees Hill and Stutz speak honestly about their mental health, and the journey to making mental health support more accessible to everyone.
The documentary explores Stutz's life and guides viewer through his visualisation exercises known as The Tools.
He has vast experience by helping countless patients over a 40-year period - including big celebrities - with many of them therapy-skeptics.
The film has gone down a treat with viewers, with many describing it as inspirational and praising Hill for his raw honesty.
One person on Twitter said: "Can’t stop thinking about how much I loved Stutz, and how much I appreciate Jonah Hill’s vulnerability.
"Such a breath of fresh air in a doc world overrun by found footage and the same rehashed true crime stories."
A second person added: "You gotta check out this documentary Stutz on Netflix. Incredibly moving, inspirational and his ideas are powerful.
"If you suffer from depression, procrastination or just feel stuck in life then I encourage you to watch this. Might be the best thing you do today."
And a third person agreed: "This documentary is life changing & beautifully raw and vulnerable.
"I wish for everyone to watch this."
Industry critics are also full of praise for Stutz.
The documentary sits at a perfect 100 percent on Rotten Tomatoes from 17 critic reviews.
One of the reviews comes from The Financial Times who were impressed, their review said: "Instead of a stagy one-sided interview, we’re treated to an honest conversation about mental health and human flaws between two men who share a touchingly warm bond."
The Los Angeles Times also praised the film, writing in its review: "This film has a worthy goal: to change the perspectives of people who might be hurting right now.
"For those willing to go with its flow, it has a real power."
For those wanting to check it out, Stutz is available to stream on Netflix right now.