#MujeresConPasión: Michelle Obama será protagonista de un nuevo documental de Netflix

Por Amanda Gallardo 28/04/2020



Desde el próximo 6 de mayo podremos ver en Netflix el documental "Becoming" que tendrá como protagonista a Michelle Obama, la exprimera dama de Estados Unidos.

El documental girará en torno al recorrido que obama hizo para presentar sus exitosas memorias y se llama igual que su libro que en español se titula "Mi Historia".

La producción muestra según lo que comentó la misma Michelle Obama, "historias sobre la gente increíble que conocí después del lanzamiento de mis memorias" todo esto lo dijo a través de un mensaje en sus redes sociales donde además agregó: "Durante estos momentos difíciles espero que encuentren algo de inspiración y alegría en esta película", indicó.

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I’m excited to let you know that on May 6, @Netflix will release BECOMING, a documentary film directed by @nadiahallgren that looks at my life and the experiences I had while touring following the release of my memoir. Those months I spent traveling—meeting and connecting with people in cities across the globe—drove home the idea that what we share in common is deep and real and can’t be messed with. In groups large and small, young and old, unique and united, we came together and shared stories, filling those spaces with our joys, worries, and dreams. We processed the past and imagined a better future. In talking about the idea of ‘becoming,’ many of us dared to say our hopes out loud. I treasure the memories and that sense of connection now more than ever, as we struggle together to weather this pandemic, as we care for our loved ones, and cope with loss, confusion, and uncertainty. It’s hard these days to feel grounded or hopeful, but I hope that like me, you’ll find joy and a bit of respite in what Nadia has made. Because she’s a rare talent, someone whose intelligence and compassion for others comes through in every frame she shoots. Most importantly, she understands the meaning of community, the power of community, and her work is magically able to depict it. As many of you know, I’m a hugger. My whole life, I’ve seen it as the most natural and equalizing gesture one human can make toward another—the easiest way of saying, “I’m here for you.” And this is one of the toughest parts of our new reality: Things that once felt simple—going to see a friend, sitting with someone who is hurting, embracing someone new—are now not simple at all. But I’m here for you. And I know you are here for one another. Even as we can no longer safely gather we need to stay open and able to put ourselves in other people’s shoes. Empathy is our lifeline here. Let’s use it to redirect our attention toward what matters most, and find ways to better remake the world in the image of our hopes. Even in hard times, our stories help cement our values and strengthen our connections. Sharing them shows us the way forward. I love and miss you all. #IAmBecoming.

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Obama recorrió 34 ciudades para presentar el libro que repasaba su historia como esposa del primer Presidente afroamericano de Estados Unidos y que vendió más de 2 millones de copias en las primeras dos semanas de venta en ese país.

Y ese recorrido lo hizo junto a la cineasta Nadia Hallgren, que debuta como directora de largometrajes con este "cercano" documental.