Mauro Ranallo Aims to Reach an Important Audience With Documentary on His Bipolar Disorder

Mauro Ranallo Aims to Reach an Important Audience With Documentary on His Bipolar Disorder

Ranallo welcomes the conversations the film will prompt. As soon as the trailer was posted online, he heard from hundreds of people, many who suffered from depression or had been diagnosed with mental illness, several who had considered suicide or lost friends who took their own lives. “It breaks my heart. It hurts me to my core,” he says. “Talk, talk, talk; don’t suffer in silence, don’t be ashamed—save a life.”