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Robbie Williams

By Melissa Camacho, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 16+

Honest autobiographical docu has cursing, talks drugs.

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This earnest docuseries presents Williams sharing his honest thoughts about who he was during the last 25 years, and who he is today. A big part of the overall conversation is about Robbie Williams' struggle with addiction, thanks, in part, to starting in the business as a young teenager with limited guidance or mentorship. He also talks about the insecurities he's felt over the years as a legitimate performer. Throughout it all, he highlights his sobriety, his family, and his love for music and performance. Williams' overall expression of vulnerability feels honest, which makes Robbie Williams compelling. No doubt that fans will find it worth the watch.

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