The Showtime documentary ‘Bipolar Rock ‘N’ Roller’ debuts Friday at 9 p.m. ET by Brian Campbell @BCampbellCBS 16h ago • 18 min read NEW YORK — If there was a moment when Mauro Ranallo regretted baring his soul to the world in such a vulnerable way, the feeling was as intense as it was fleeting.Ranallo, the acclaimed combat sports announcer and subject of the Showtime documentary “Bipolar Rock ‘N’ Roller” (Friday, 9 p.m. ET), sat up in his hotel bed late Tuesday unable to sleep less than 24 hours before the red-carpet premiere of his film in Manhattan. A mixture of fear and doubt began to engulf Ranallo, who shares his daily struggle with mental illness in the documentary. Thoughts raced through his mind. What have I done? Why did I do this?This isn’t a film that merely shares the devastating effects of bipolar disorder on Ranallo’s life and career, it presents it visually in a manner that is both jarring and moving. It was in that moment, with Ranallo consumed by the uncomfortable realization that he presented himself so naked and vulnerable, that the 48-year-old knew he had made the right choice. ”That’s what I want; I want ‘uncomfortable,'” Ranallo told CBS… Read full this story
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