Selena Gomez hosted a screening of the Robert Pattinson film “Good Time” over the weekend, and during a chat she got a little personal about her battle with mental health.
The film was made by director Josh Safdie and producer Sebastian Bear-McClard, who previously directed the film “Heaven Knows What,” about a homeless heroin addict who winds up in a psychiatric hospital. Selena she told the crowd, “A little while ago, I was actually on bed rest and it’s probably the worst time to watch ‘Heaven Knows What,’ or the best time, depending on your mental state.”
Selena, who checked herself into rehab last year for her “mental health,” noted that after watching the movie she “forced” the filmmakers to be her friends, and says she feels a particularly personal attachment to the Pattinson movie, which opens with the his character’s mentally handicapped brother being examined.
“For me personally, I really liked the mental aspect of it, because I’ve done a lot of those exercises that you put in this,” she told the audience. “So, in the beginning of the movie struck with me… that’s not really a secret, but, I for sure have talked about that and have done a lot of those exercises.”