Netflix Documentary ‘Inside Bill’s Brain’ Examines The Mind Of Bill Gates | TV Trailer
Netflix has released the first trailer for its new three-part documentary about Microsoft Corporation co-founder, Bill Gates. Inside Bill’s Brain: Decoding Bill Gates analyses the complicated mind of the US business magnate.
The acclaimed director of An Inconvenient Truth and He Named Me Malala, Davis Guggenheim, has helmed the three-part series, which the streaming service will release on September 20. The filmmaker tries to figure out what happens inside the mind of the world’s second richest human being.
Inside Bill’s Brain: Decoding Bill Gates follows Gates life, not only as the creator of the biggest software company; it also charts his philanthropic efforts to solve humanity’s challenges such as climate change or diseases like polio and malaria over the last decade.
Bill Gates will be interviewed in the documentary, which also uncovers the magnate’s personality and reputation. In the trailer of the docuseries, we get to learn that the worst fear of Gates, is if his brain “stops working”.
“As he pursues unique solutions to some of the world’s most complex problems with the same level of optimism, curiosity, and fervour that inspired his original vision for Microsoft”, said Guggenheim. The three-part documentary will cover a fascinating area of interest of Bill Gates.
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