This story has been making the rounds of the ME/CFS forums. A young would-be filmmaker and PWME, Ryan Prior, is making a film about ME/CFS. His Opinion piece from USA Today College is worth reading.
Reactions to his effort seem to be mixed--everything from unfettered support to cautious skepticism. Anytime someone tries to capture this complex and poorly understood illness in single work, there's going to be concerns about under-representation of severity levels, origin theories, etiologies, symptoms, and treatments options. In some sense, under-representation is probably inevitable. But it seems Prior has been fairly successful at convincing people, so far, that he will present a broad picture of what this illness is all about.