Jonah Hill sits across from his therapist Phil Stutz in the documentary Stutz

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The Oscar-selected entertainer Jonah Slope makes an early commitment in his new narrative, Stutz.

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Sitting opposite his companion and individual psychologist Phil Stutz, in what resembles an extravagant office ignoring the Los Angeles horizon, Slope proclaims that this won't be a shot treatment meeting.

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"I'm making a film about you, not about me," he says after cautious idea. Furthermore,

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having gone with the choice, he closes down an inquiry regarding his sibling. You get a feeling of where this is going.

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In the opening few scenes of Stutz, the film, which debuted on Netflix this week, Hill deflects every time his psychiatrist subject puts the spotlight on him,

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and asks a personal question. He doesn’t seem to be prying, but one would assume that this is the only way he knows how to make conversation

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In one scene, Hill breaks the fourth wall in such a surprising manner that it completely throws you off for a minute or two.

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Stutz has more directorial flair than you’d imagine. But of course, by the time it eventually arrives at that moment of truth both men had been pursuing for over an hour and a half — years, in real life

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