Selma Blair muestra en un documental cómo vive con esclerosis múltiple

“They told me to plan to die, not because I have multiple sclerosis, because I’m fighting multiple sclerosis,” she hears say Selma Blair In the trailer for his next documentary.

The actress of films such as “Cruel Intentions” and “Legally Blonde” in 2018 publicly revealed that she suffers from this disease whose tale of struggle will reach audiences through Presented by Selma Blair (“Introduction to Selma Blair”), whose teaser trailer was released this weekend.

With a release date of October 21 for United State It remains to be determined when it will arrive in Mexico.

The story, directed by Rachel Fleet, shows the damage the disease has done to the actress, affecting for example her speech and the way she walks.

In the preview of just over two minutes, Salma is seen moving with the help of a stick, hardly living with her son and having moments of wrangling.


In one of the videos, he is seen on a stretcher on his first tour of Chemotherapy, saying “It’s fun” and remembering that she’s losing her hair.

In addition, he cries and describes the pain he feels; He remembers once that he couldn’t even breathe.

“I’ve been given a second chance at life and promised myself that I won’t judge the process, but I do. Will everything beautiful that I know, with which I have encouraged other people, will be true for me too?” .

Multiple sclerosis, Salma’s autoimmune disease, affects the brain and spinal cord.

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