While she admits it’s difficult to feel optimistic right now given the current circumstances, she hopes viewers will find relief and joy in watching the film.
“Even as many of us are living with grief, loneliness, and fear, we need to stay open and…put ourselves in other people’s shoes. Empathy is our lifeline here. It’s what will get us to the other side. Let’s use it to redirect our attention toward what matters most, reconsider our priorities, and find ways to better remake the world in the image of our hopes,” Michelle continued.
In a sneak peek of what is sure to quickly become a much-watch on the hit streaming platform, Michelle discusses how her husband’s rise to presidency affected their previously ‘normal’ lives.
"What I've learned is get back on what track? It’s a whole new track. It’s not going back it's just all different and it's different forever."
"I'm figuring out what do I want to do, what do I care about? So little of who I am happened in those eight years, so much more of who I am happened before."
When May 6 rolls around, you’ll know where to find us.
This article originally appeared on InStyle.