Amy Winehouse: new trailer for the biopic

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Discover a new trailer for the Amy Winehouse biopic, starring Marisa Abela in the role of the singer.

Amy Winehouse’s meteoric rise is chronicled in the latest trailer for Back to Blackthe biopic about the late British singer starring actress Marisa Abela.

It shows Amy Winehouse establishing her goals as an artist, milestones that she will reach all too quickly around the world: “ Do you know what “Girl Power” means to me? Sarah Vaughan, Lauryn Hillsays Abela’s Winehouse in the trailer. You need to know this: I am not a Spice Girl. »

Later in the trailer, the singer says: “ I don’t write songs to be famous. I write songs because I have to make something good out of something bad “. Aside from her music career, this film preview also sheds light on Amy Winehouse’s unhappy marriage to Blake Fielder-Civil.

This is the extraordinary story of Amy Winehouse’s rise, from her early days in Camden to the recording of her breakthrough album, Back to Black, which propelled her to the rank of world starFocus Features said of the Sam Taylor-Johnson-directed biopic. Told through Amy’s eyes and inspired by her deeply personal lyrics, the film explores the many facets of the iconic artist and the tumultuous love story at the center of one of the most legendary albums of all time . »


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