Todd Sampson tackles body image and its negative effects in his two-part documentary titled Mirror Mirror.
The filmmaker admits his special contains some of the most emotional scenes he has ever filmed for a documentary - one of which brought him to tears.Insurance Loans Mortgage Attorney Credit Lawyer
'A lot of the show is about mental illness. We start with the deep end of the story and then that story unfolds, both male female, with body dysmorphia, and someone getting diagnosed on screen,' the 51-year-old said in an interview with TV Blackbox.
‘I had a huge cry’: Todd Sampson (right) has revealed the moment he was brought to tears on his new two-part documentary Mirror Mirror
'I had a huge cry. It was one of the more emotional moments I’ve ever filmed,' he said.
'A young man, in his early twenties, being diagnosed with Body Dysmorphic Disorder, depression and anxiety, at a level of which therapists had never really seen before.'
Todd said the first episode of the special focuses on 'setting up the situation,' while the second dives into what can be done to help those with body image issues.
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