MOQUERIES The 'Wolf of Wall Street' actor details the workings of his depression in his new documentary
Jonah Hill during the 'Mid90s' press conference at the 69th Berlin International Film Festival/Berlinale 2019 at Hotel Grand Hyatt on February 10, 2019 in Berlin, Germany. Where: Berlin, Berlin, Germany When: 10 Feb 2019 Credit: Clemens Niehaus/Geisler-Fotopres/picture-alliance/Cover Images — Clemens Niehaus/Geisler-Fotopres/picture-alliance/Cover Images< /em>
Fatphobia and physical humiliation also affect men, who are no more armed than women against hatred. This is explained by, among others, Jonah Hill, whose weight fluctuations have made the headlines since his debut as an actor. A “brutality” which comes not only from web trolls, but also from news articles.
In his documentary Stutz, available on Netflix, the 21 Jump Street actor sits down with his psychiatrist, Dr. Phil Stutz, and opens up to the public about the depression that has plagued him for a time. The teasing about his physique participated in the to his condition.
Jonah Hill says he has had low self-esteem since he was a teenager. The success of the actor named at the Oscars was not an emergency buoy.
“At the same time, the media continued to be really brutal about it. About my weight. It’s like everyone kind of had carte blanche to push there. where ç hurt. Çit made me so angry. Ça kept me from moving past the negative feelings I had previously had about myself,” Jonah Hill.
Today in old age The 38-year-old Wolf of Wall Street star wants, with his documentary, to break taboos on depression, especially among men, and give “ the tools” that can help you get out of it.