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Jonah Hill has released a new documentary on Netflix and fans are absolutely raving about it after it received 100% on Rotten Tomatoes.

It's that time of the year when staying in and putting on a movie is the preferred choice of pastime due to the cold weather and the short days.


If you've exhausted your Christmas collection already or just fancy a change of pace, a new documentary directed and featuring Jonah Hill has just landed on Netflix.

Stutz is a movie that follows Hill's therapist Phil Stutz, in what is sure to be a very personal account. It sees both Hill and Stutz speak very candidly about their mental health as they strive to make support for mental health more accessible, per IMDb.

Watch the trailer for Stutz below:


The movie guides viewers through the therapist's visualization exercises known as The Tools. Stutz has amassed a wealth of knowledge in his 40 years in the occupation, seeing many big celebrities coming through his doors during his career.


Rooney Mara and Joaquin Phoenix are also involved in the documentary, as they are credited as producers.
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Fans have really taken to the honest storytelling of the movie, taking to social media to give their opinions and to praise to Hill.

One person said: "Jonah Hill's 'Stutz' on Netflix is extraordinary, and I'm not seeing enough people talk about it. If you're even remotely interested in mental health, therapy or even just biographies of interesting people, you should absolutely watch it."


A second person added: "Stutz is the best thing this year. I had to keep pausing it to think things through. Insanely, instantly helpful. A joy to watch but also experience. Hit it."


Even actor Hank Azaria weighed in on his own personal experiences with Dr. Stutz, writing: "I first met Dr. Stutz when I was around 25- I had so much anxiety that I couldn’t even audition any more- over the next 20 yrs he saved my life, mind & soul more times than I can count- what a brilliant and hilarious man. I still use his 'tools' every day."



The documentary has received 100% on Rotten Tomatoes from 17 reviews from critics.

Stutz is available to watch on Netflix right now.




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