Watch the first teaser for Amy Winehouse’s ‘Back To Black’

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An approach to the most honest side of Amy Winehouse, until her world fame.

The biopic of Amy Winehouse It is one of the most anticipated, an approach to the enigmatic life of a legend of the 21st century. You can now see the first teaser of the movie Back To Black, which will premiere in April. Find more details here!

Back To Black will star the British actress Marisa Abela, In these first images we get closer to the characterization of the artist’s unique style, an essential detail to remember Amy Winehouse. The film was directed by Sam Taylor-Johnson, with the production of the British studio studiocanal and the collaboration of the singer’s record labels, which will give rise to a complete musicalization of the catalog of Amy Winehouse, with songs reinterpreted by its protagonist.

This trailer reveals that its premiere in the United Kingdom will be on April 12, while in the United States it will be available from May 10 in theaters. The film, according to its director, has the purpose of honoring the life, music and legacy of Amy Winehouse. Making a vivid display of her past in Camden and the turbulent road to fame, showing a different side of the artist: her creativity, wisdom and honesty.


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