It is safe to say that the Oprah with Meghan and Harry interview captured the attention of the entire globe, and, following on from a set of emotional confessions and candid revelations, it was obvious that the last few years had been a mentally challenging time for the couple. So, when we then received the unexpected news that Oprah and Harry had also been working on producing a mental health-focused series, speculation and chatter began to rise. And, following on from Apple TV’s release of the trailer for The Me You Can’t See yesterday, it is clear that the Prince and Oprah are continuing on with their crusade to open up the conversation surrounding mental health.
Setting in on a discussion between the pair of executive producers, pensive music kicks in as a conversation surrounding stigma and mental health misconceptions is offered. Set to follow the stories of the likes of Lady Gaga, Glenn Close, the Prince and Oprah, along with countless other fearless souls, the trailer promises that we are going to be taken on a diverse journey through the ways in which mental health issues have touched the lives of people globally. Flashing scenes of Robin Williams and Princess Diana’s funeral stand as a reminder of the severity of the issue at hand, and, as we see tears and unfiltered introspective confessions lace the clip, its importance and potentially monumental impact shine through.