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I’m Tim Premiers at Tribeca Film Festival – Revealing Avicii’s Dark Decline

The two-hour-long documentary titled Avicii: I’m Tim, premiered June 9th at the Tribeca Film Festival in New York.

The film delves into Avicii’s swift ascent to stardom and the subsequent challenges he faced, including his battle with mental health and addiction issues.

The documentary provides an intimate look at Avicii’s journey, featuring never-before-seen footage from his tours and behind-the-scenes moments that showcase his creative process. It also includes interviews with his close friends, family, and collaborators, who shed light on the complexities of his life and career.

Through the narrative, the film paints a picture of a young, talented artist who was happier before the pressures of fame took a toll on his well-being. Despite his global success, Avicii struggled with the demands of his career and the impact it had on his quality of life. The documentary highlights his struggles with anxiety and the physical and emotional exhaustion that came with his relentless touring schedule.

Managing partner Jesse Waits, of XS Las Vegas reveals in the film “…he was taking painkillers. I grew up with a family that did drugs, and I saw that when people do opiates, their eyes change. The pin, the little black parts of their eyes.”

Avicii – I’m Tim is not just a tribute to his musical legacy. It is also a candid acknowledgment of the personal cost of fame and the importance of mental health awareness in the high-pressure music scene.