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Even though you’re never supposed to open someone else’s diary, it’s pretty intriguing to see what Heath Ledger was journaling about in the days leading up to his death.

Here’s a look at Heath’s final diary from an upcoming documentary, that sheds some light on his state of mind while playing ‘The Joker’ in “The Dark Knight” – interesting to say the least!

From YouTube on the documentary based on Heath Ledger’s life:

“He only lived to be 28 years old… But Heath Ledger was a reluctant celebrity, a star that didn’t really want to be one. By opting to play character roles in small films and declining major offers such as the leading role in “Spiderman”, he deliberately made “unwise” choices and risked his career on several occasions. He was far more interested in the serious art of acting than in becoming famous as a Hollywood superstar.

The film traces Heath Ledger’s evolution from the young Australian actor, who very early on displayed an enormous gift for acting, to the complex character actor he became, revealing above all an as yet unknown side to this multitalented actor: Beside his work as an actor, Heath Ledger was also a very talented photographer, created collages and produced innovative music videos.

Film clips from Heath Ledger’s films as well as interviews with his early school day friends, fellow artists from the film industry such as Terry Gilliam, and especially Heath Ledger’s father paint a very personal picture of the century talent Heath Ledger.”

You can watch the full length documentary here.