As with his Formula One documentary Senna, filmmaker Asaf Kapadia cleverly uses archival footage to explore the wrenching story of Amy Winehouse. It's a strikingly journalistic approach that refuses to let anyone off the hook even as it draws out their deepest emotions. Lyrically edited by Chris King, the film is both beautiful and achingly sad, especially as it engulfs the audience on a big cinema screen.
A naturally gifted musician, Amy started writing her own songs at age 14 and had a publishing deal by 16, performing in small clubs as well as with the National Youth Jazz orchestra. At 20, her debut 2003 album Frank caused ripples in the industry with its jazz-infused vocals. And three years later, her follow-up Back in Black catapulted her into global stardom, something she never wanted. To escape the clamouring paparazzi and ever-larger audiences, she retreated into her on-off relationship with Blake Fielder, including a two-year marriage. But their key escape was to use large quantities of alcohol and drugs, which began to take a toll on Amy's career, leading to rambling interviews and shambolic stage appearances. In her lucid moments, she still had that raw power, and a series of rehab stints helped her conquer drugs. But in 2011, her alcohol consumption finally stopped her heart, which had been weakened by decades of bulimia.
Kapadia recounts this story using a staggering array of home movies, performance footage and press imagery, letting her prescient song lyrics play out across the screen as she performs them in homes, recording studios, TV shows and a variety of stages. Meanwhile, she tells her story in voiceover taken from interviews, plus new comments from her family, friends and colleagues. All of this is assembled with skill by the filmmakers to recount Amy's story chronologically, never shying away from the hard truths while refusing to let those closest to her adjust the material to revise history. In other words, it's sometimes brutally honest, not in the way it assigns blame but in the way it creates a portrait of a system that feeds off artists without properly looking out for them.
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Universal destroyed the demos for the late singer's planned third album in order to prevent sampling of her voice in the future.
Before her tragic death in July 2011, Amy Winehouse apparently recorded demo versions of tracks intended for a third album – however, they’ll never see the light of day because they were destroyed by her record label Universal.
David Joseph, the chairman / CEO of the major label, told Billboard that the decision was taken to stop unauthorised sampling in the future. “It was a moral thing,” he said, “taking a stem or a vocal is not something that would ever happen on my watch. It now can't happen on anyone else's.”
The revelation came as part of an extended feature article, in a series of interviews with the late singer’s friends, fans and collaborators, ahead of the theatrical release of documentary movie Amy.
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The BBC doc comes ahead of the cinema release of Asif Kapadia’s acclaimed documentary ‘Amy’.
A new documentary produced by the BBC looking at the life and career of the late Amy Winehouse has been made available on the channel’s Iplayer service. Titled ‘Amy Winehouse In Her Own Words’ the doc uses previously unseen footage and performances to tell the tragic story of the singer who died in 2011.
'Amy Winehouse: In Her Own Words' is now available on BBC Iplayer.
The doc features a performances from a BBC One session the singer did in 2007, after her second album Back To Black made her an international name. Also included is footage from her appearances on ‘Later With Jools Holland’, her 2004 and 2008 Glastonbury performances and the 2004 Mercury Music Prize.
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Ahead of the documentary about the singer's life, Winehouse's ex-husband has spoken to defend himself over his role in her addiction.
Blake Fielder, the former husband of the late Amy Winehouse, has denied that he “ruined” the singer’s life and rejected suggestions that he was responsible for her decline into addiction.
Winehouse, who died in 2011 at the age of 27, was married to Fielder (known then as Blake Fielder-Civil) from 2007 for two years, and the pair continued an on-off relationship for a couple of years afterwards despite the breakdown of the marriage. Fielder, now 33, is often blamed for introducing the Back To Black singer to hard drugs and beginning her spiral into substance and alcohol abuse.
Amy Winehouse with Fielder in 2007
The director recently came in for criticism by Mitch Winehouse over the portrayal of him and his family in 'Amy'.
Asif Kapadia, the director of the imminently released documentary about Amy Winehouse, has defended himself against criticisms made by the late singer’s father Mitch. Winehouse passed away in July 2011 at the age of 27, and Kapadia’s new movie Amy focusses on her early years and her rise to fame as well as the tragic end to her life.
Last month, Mitch Winehouse revealed that he had ordered the film to be re-edited upon seeing its original cut, claiming that the documentary had an "agenda" and had ended up portraying him and the rest of his family in “the worst possible light”.
Director Asif Kapadia has been criticised by Amy Winehouse's father Mitch
The late singer's father has objected to the portrayal of both himself and his daughter in the forthcoming 'Amy' documentary, and wants to straighten some things out.
Mitch Winehouse has maintained his opposition to the upcoming documentary film about his daughter Amy, saying that he would be interested in setting the record straight and working on a project of his own in the future.
Amy, directed by Asif Kapadia and due to be released on July 3rd in the UK and the rest of the world on July 10th, has won critical praise but drawn many objections from the late singer’s family, the most vocal of whom has been her father.
Continue reading: Amy Winehouse's Father Mitch Interested In Making Own Documentary
Monumentally loved by all who met her, Amy Winehouse quickly rose to fame with her quirky image and extraordinary vocal style. But this was a woman who fell in love easily, and fell hard. A woman not equipped to deal with the press attention that lay before her. A woman too troubled to say no to anything that would help ease the pain of fame. After releasing a set of internationally acclaimed hits such as 'Rehab' and 'Back To Black', she was discovered dead in her home at the age of just 27, following a typical night of heavy binge drinking back in 2011. There were those who adored her and what she brought to music, but there were also those who would to anything to discredit her for a headline story. And headlines are exactly what they got.
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Just days after its premiere, the movie is attracting a lot of criticism.
Amy Winehouse’s biopic premiered at Cannes this weekend and the critics are ready to have their say. The film, which tells Winehouse’s story from her early days right up until her death from alcohol at age 27, includes archive footage and interviews with Winehouse’s collaborators, friends and loved ones.
Amy hits theatres in the UK this July.
"I don't think I'm going to be at all famous. I don't think I could handle it," a young Winehouse can be heard saying in a particularly ominous clip.
‘Amy’ is directed by Asif Kapadia, who was behind the award winning documentary ‘Senna’.
Amy, Senna director Asif Kapadia’s documentary about tragic singer Amy Winehouse premiered at the Cannes Film Festival on Friday, earning almost unanimous praise from the critics. But even before its premiere the film found itself making headlines in recent weeks, after the late singer’s family withdrew their support for the project last month.
Amy’s family have withdrawn support for the film.
Mitch Winehouse, Amy's father, said he felt the doc painted him as an absentee father and told The Sun newspaper in April “I felt sick when I watched it for the first time. Amy would be furious. This is not what she would have wanted.”
Mitch Winehouse has said biopic ‘Amy’ paints him as an absentee father.
Amy Winehouse’s father Mitch has spoken out against the upcoming documentary on his daughter saying that it paints him as an absentee father. Mitch Winehouse is also said to have instructed lawyers to try and halt the release of film, which is due out in July.
Amy will be shown at UK cinemas this July.
Speaking to The Sun after watching Amy for the first time Mitch said, “I felt sick when I watched it for the first time. Amy would be furious. This is not what she would have wanted.”
Scott Eastwood hits the red carpet in Los Angeles, Ryan Gosling meets his fans in London, and Paul Reubens gets back into Pee-Wee gear for his new movie. Trailers this week offer glimpses at a comedy from Jack Black, action with Pierce Brosnan, both comedy and action with Zach Galifianakis, and a moving documentary about Amy Winehouse...
Rising-star hunk Scott Eastwood hit the red carpet in Los Angeles this week for the premiere of his new movie The Longest Ride, a romantic drama based on the Nicholas Sparks novel. Sparks was on-hand as well, along with costars Oona Chaplin, Britt Robertson, Melissa Benoist and director George Tillman Jr.
The trailer for the film documenting the life and voice of the award-winning singer is out
The untimely death Amy Winehouse, the British singer-songwriter internationally-renowned for her deep vocals and eclectic mix of musical genres, proved a desperate blow for her legions of fans in July 2011. Now, four years later, Amy will come back to life through an intimate documentary of the same name that features unseen archive footage and previously unreleased tracks.
The touching documentary about the talented singer hits cinemas this summer
Only 27 at the time of her death, the outstandingly talented, multi-award winning musician, joined an elite group of talent that died at 27 through drug or drink abuse, homicide or suicide.
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Amy Winehouse was one of the most loved pop artists of her time, but also one of the most troubled. She produced a range of hits such as 'Rehab', 'You Know I'm No Good' and 'Back To Black' ahead of her untimely death at the age of just 27, when she was discovered in her home after a night of binge drinking in 2011. While music lovers revelled in her talent, others delighted in her troubles and were quick to attack her for her lifestyle as well as her relationships, with disastrous consequences. In a new documentary, her life before worldwide fame is explored; the innocence of her youth, her passion for making music and the blissful ignorance of the fate that fame and fortune would ultimately bring her.
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Take a look at the haunting trailer for the new documentary about Amy Winehouse.
The first trailer for the upcoming documentary on Amy Winehouse has been released. Amy, directed by Asif Kapadia, looks like it's going to be haunting, chilling but ultimately heartbreaking. The documentary has been widely anticipated since the project was announced two years ago.
The promotional poster for Amy.
The film will tell the story of the singer, who died in 2011, ‘in her own words’.
Just weeks before the fourth anniversary of her untimely death, an intimate documentary about the life of singer Amy Winehouse will be released in the UK by Altitude Film Distribution. Amy, will be shown in UK cinemas beginning on July 3rd and comes from the team behind 2010’s award winning documentary on Formula One driver Ayrton Senna.
Amy will be shown at UK cinemas this July.
Winehouse was one of the most acclaimed singer’s of her generation and her 2006 album Back to Black would eventually become the UK's second best-selling album of the 21st century, as well as taking home a Grammy for Best Pop Vocal album. But the singer's life would be cut tragically short in 2011 when she died from alcohol poisoning at the age of 27.
A life-size brass sculpture of Winehouse, whose second album 'Back To Black' sold over 12 million copies worldwide, will be unveiled in September.
The late singer Amy Winehouse is to be honoured with a statue near her most recent home in Camden Market. The life-size brass sculpture will stand at the centre of Stables Market, a short walk from the townhouse that belonged to the singer.
Amy Winehouse will be the subject of another artistic memorial, like this drawing by Johan Andersson
27 year old Winehouse died of alcohol poisoning at that address in July 2011. Even though she was hugely famous, she was a regular sight around the North London borough, and her father Mitch has said that there would be no place more fitting for the placing of the statue.
Continue reading: Statue Of Amy Winehouse To Be Unveiled In Camden Next Month
Lana Del Rey has announced her split from her boyfriend of nearly three years, former Kassidy band member Barrie James O'Neill. Del Rey has also been under fire (again) for her reported comments on dying young in a recent interview.
It's not been a good week for Lana Del Rey. The Ultraviolence artist has separated from Scottish singer Barrie James O'Neill and has been seriously chastised by Frances Bean Cobain owing to Del Rey's comments about her father's death.
Barrie James O'Neill and Lana Del Rey have split after nearly three years together.
Del Rey announced her separation from O'Neill in a recent interview with Switzerland's 20 Minuten magazine, published on Monday (23rd June). Responding to a question about the possibility of an engagement, 28-year-old Del Rey said "We are currently not together." She continued to vaguely explain the reasons behind their split which apparently result from O'Neill's unspecified issues. She said "He is a wonderful person. But there are some things which he has to deal with. I will not explain in detail. This was hard on our relationship, I no longer felt free."
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Jack White has issued an apology following the remarks he made about a number of musicians, including Meg White and The Black Keys, during a recent interview with Rolling Stone.
Jack White, the former frontman of The White Stripes, has apologised for the seemingly insensitive comments he made in an interview with Rolling Stone magazine. White is the cover of June's Rolling Stone magazine and made a series of comments in the accompanying interview in which he appeared to criticise The Black Keys, amongst others, for capitalising on the sound and music style he made so popular.
Jack White has issued an apology to numerous acts.
White's comments about The Black Keys were revealed when his ex-wife, Karen Elson, made public emails between the two which described White's opinions on the band. The revelation was as a result of their ongoing divorce case.
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Coldplay's new album charts Chris Martin's split from wife Gwyneth Paltrow. Does it have the heartbreak factor to join our five best breakup albums?
Coldplay’s new album Ghost Stories has been released, to quite a mixed bag of reviews. When just three weeks after the album’s track listing had been announced Chris Martin and Gwyneth Paltrow announced their “conscious uncoupling” we all had a pretty good idea what the tone of the album would be like. With tracks like “Another’s Arms,” “Always in my Head” and “Magic,” it became pretty self-explanatory that "Ghost Stories" was going to be a breakup album.
"Ghost Stories" focuses on the marriage breakup between Chris Martin and Gwyneth Paltrow
Perhaps he was inspired to call the album “Ghost Stories” as some of these breakup albums have been the some of the most hauntingly heartbreaking albums ever released.
Continue reading: Coldplay's 'Ghost Stories' And The Five Best Breakup Albums Of All Time
The singer opens up about Winehouse in a new interview
Lily Allen’s ‘Sheezus’ might be a subtle nod to Kanye West, but it’s a full-blown dedication to the late Amy Winehouse, whom Allen displays great warmth and respect for in a recent interview with The Telegraph.
Lily Allen arrives for a radio appearance in gold trainers
Explaining that "[Amy] was too damn interesting for her own good," Allen explains that her third studio album is a dedication to the late singer, and that while she didn’t know her like a close friend, she certainly new “a version” of her before her tragic death.
Continue reading: Lily Allen Dedicates 'Sheezus' To "Prisoner" Amy Winehouse
Michael Jackson is unsurprsingly not the only artist to keep bringing us music from beyond the grave
There’s a new Michael Jackson album on the way in May, Xscape, which will be the singer’s twelfth studio album. The only confusing part is, Michael died in 2009. Jackson of course isn’t the first artist to bring us ‘new’ material from beyond the grave, actually it seems it's common practice for a singer to leave behind pleanty of unreleased work. Take these five for examples of who have shown that not even death can bring an end to a recording career.
Michael Jackson's Xscape will be released in May
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The robbers were probably after the priceless urn...
Sigmund Freud’s ashes were the bizarre target of an attempted robbery on New Year’s Day. The fact that the ashes are – or were – kept in an ornate, ancient Greek urn might have something to do with the motive behind the crime. Staff at the crematorium in Golders Green, London, were shocked to discover the urn, which dates back to around 300BC, broken into pieces, laying on the floor.
Amy Winehouse Also Had Her Funeral At The Golders Green Crematorium
It had been on public display since Freud was cremated at Golders Green in 1939, after his death aged 83. When his widow died in 1951, aged 90, her ashes were added. The chairman of the Freud Museum, in Maresfield Gardens, Hampstead, speaking as a representative for the Freud family, said news of the damage had brought them “great sadness”.
The deceased singer is remembered by London's Jewish Museum in a current exhibition celebrating her life
Amy Winehouse is being honoured in a special exhibition being held at the Jewish Museum in London, with the deceased singer's legacy being remembered in a showcase that looks to give fans an intimate look in Amy's private life. 'Amy Winehouse: A Family Portrait' opened at the UK museum on Tuesday (July 2) and features a detailed history of her family's past and a vast array of Amy's personal belongings.
Amy is being remembered in a London museum exhibit
Charting her roots and leading to the legacy left by her death, the exhibit is more than just a fan's sanctuary, as curators hope it will also be an intriguing visit for those who aren't necessarily fans of the late singer. Museum chief executive Abigail Morris said upon the opening of the exhibit, "It's a story that people don't know about Amy, her family story... You can forget there's a person behind the hype."
Continue reading: New UK Museum Exhibit Will Show The Real Amy Winehouse
Despite her long-standing dependency on drink and drugs, her older brother, Alex, says her battle with bulimia was what drove her to an early grave
Amy Winehouse's tragic passing in 2011 is still thought about regularly as her lasting impact on the entertainment industry continues to hold strong to this day. For the first ever time the singer's brother, Alex Winehouse, has opened up on his sister's passing, giving his own opinions on why he thinks the singer passed away.
Amy's struggle with drugs was well-known and plagued her for much of her short adult life, however Alex reckons that despite what people still say, drugs are not to be held responsible for his sister's passing. Instead, Alex think that Amy's less publicised battle, with bulimia, is in fact to blame for her passing at the tender age of 27.
"She suffered from bulimia very badly," he said. "That's not, like, a revelation – you knew just by looking at her. . . She would have died eventually, the way she was going, but what really killed her was the bulimia. . . I think that it left her weaker and more susceptible. Had she not had an eating disorder, she would have been physically stronger."
Conservationists who felt a memorial was too early are overruled
Camden’s local council has approved plans to build a life-size statue of the late singer Amy Winehouse, it’s been revealed. The statue will be designed by Scott Eaton and will see Winehouse with her styled in trademark beehive style and wearing a short dress.
Some conservationists had felt it was too early for a memorial, but according to Sky News the plans have been approved anyway. So you better believe that Amy’s father Mitch has something to say about the whole thing. Here he is: "Amy was in love with Camden, and it is the place her fans from all over the world associate her with. The family have always been keen to have a memorial for her in the place she loved the most, which will provide fans a place to visit and bring extra custom to local businesses.”
The statue will be placed outside the Roundhouse venue, causing Mitch to comment "The Roundhouse seemed an obvious choice of location as Amy had a special relationship with the venue. She played there with Paul Weller when the venue re-opened in October 2006 and her last public performance was on the same stage just days before she passed away in July 2011. We are strong supporters of The Roundhouse and their innovative music programmes which provide access to projects and opportunities for young people from disadvantaged backgrounds and we have funded their Roundhouse Radio programme for the next three years.” Finishing, he said "Amy was a wonderful person, she did a lot for Camden and did a lot for kids, she was one of the greatest singers the world has ever known."
Continue reading: Camden Council Approves Amy Winehouse Statue
Amy Winehouse will feature in a new documentary from award winning filmmaker Kapadia.
Asif Kapadia, the British director who won a Bafta for his 2010 documentary film about Ayrton Senna, is helming a new movie about the late singer Amy Winehouse. The multi-million selling Londoner died in 2011 at the age of 27 from alcohol poisoning. "Amy was a once-in-a-generation talent," said Asif Kapadia in a joint statement with film producer James Gay-Rees. "She wrote and sung from the heart."
The documentary about Winehouse is thought to be similar to Senna, about the Brazilian Formula 1 racing driver who died at the age of 34. He was killed in a crash while leading the 1994 San Marino Grand Prix. Kapadia and Gay-Reese noted the similarities, in that both stars were still at the top of their games at the time of their deaths. "Everyone fell under her spell," the pair said of Winehouse, "But tragically, Amy seemed to fall apart under the relentless media attention, her troubled relationships, her global success and precarious lifestyle."
The new Amy Winehouse film has yet to be given a title - we're guessing Winehouse - but it is likely to be shown at the Cannes Film Festival in May. The movie should be relatively quick to make, given it will mainly include archived footage and interviews with family, friends and industry professionals.
Continue reading: Bafta Winning 'Senna' Filmmaker To Helm Amy Winehouse Documentary
Ayrton Senna documentary maker will tackle the subject of Amy Winehouse's life and death
The British director Asif Kapadia is due to release a documentary film about the late singer Amy Winehouse, BBC News have reported. Using unseen footage of the singer, the movie is expected to be ‘similar’ to Kapadia’s documentary about Ayrton Senna, which earned him a Bafta in 2010.
“Amy was a once-in-a-generation talent," said Asif Kapadia in a joint statement with the film’s producer James Gay-Rees. "She wrote and sung from the heart." They continued: “everyone fell under her spell, But tragically, Amy seemed to fall apart under the relentless media attention, her troubled relationships, her global success and precarious lifestyle.” Amy Winehouse died in 2011 from alcohol poisoning, at the age of 27. She had long battled with substance abuse issues and personal issues that had begun to have a negative effect on her career before she passed away. Despite this, she remains an inspiration to many and a statue of Amy Winehouse has been commissioned, to be placed in legendary Camden music venue The Roundhouse.
Kapadia’s movie about Ayrton Senna detailed the life and death of the Forumla 1 racing driver, who dies at the age of 34. He was killed in a crash whilst leading the San Marino Grand Prix in 1994. His death, to this day, is the last fatality in Formula 1 motor racing. The Amy Winehouse documuentary has not yet been named.
Continue reading: Bafta Winning Director Asif Kapadia To Direct Amy Winehouse Documentary
The wheel has been turned over to BAFTA-winning director Asif Kapadia.
Two years after her death, Amy Winehouse continues to haunt the public consciousness and now, a documentary about Winehouse’s life and career is in the works. The film will feature previously unseen footage of the soul singer, the distributor said yesterday (Wednesday, April 24th).
When a young, troubled celebrity dies, it always attracts attention and feeds the myth around them. This is what happened with Winehouse. She gained international stardom with her debut album Back to Black, released in 2006. She died five years later, in 2011 and her death was attributed to substance abuse.
Now the task of retelling Winehouse’s life will fall on the shoulders of director Briton Asif Kapadia, whose 2010 film “Senna,” about Brazilian auto racer Ayrton Senna, won a BAFTA for best documentary.
Continue reading: Documentary About Amy Winehouses Life And Death Is In The Works
Albums of Note... Tasked with the tricky mission of releasing an album that stood up to their back catalogue, after several years in the wilderness and a brief spell of time on the reunion circuit, Suede have finally released Bloodsports. Rather than opting for replicating one of their previous albums, they have amalgamated elements of all five of them.
They’ve not lost their distinctive, Bowie-obsessed sound and Suede will forever have one foot in the Britpop era but with Bloodsports they have achieved what few can manage: to come back after a lengthy hiatus, ties unsevered, water under the bridge and still get back to making a quality album and reclaiming their mark on the British landscape.“Bloodsports then, is exactly the album that Suede needed to make. It is loud, aggressive, uncompromising and absolutely, defiantly Suede. Nobody else could have written these songs. Suede have done the almost impossible task of simultaneously looking back at the past while planting a foot firmly into the future.”
Pitched somewhere between The Killers and the Kings of Leon, Cold War Kids have returned with much of the same kind of material that they showcased on their first album. Dear Miss Lonely Hearts is a little bit “Cold War Kids by numbers” and although they’re pretty adept at what they do, if they just stepped out of their comfort zone for a moment, they could surely achieve much greater heights.
“The album's sure fire highlight is Jailbirds, a jaunty rocker, with a fat bass line and a noisy breakdown reminiscent of Queens of the Stone Age. This song offers something a little different and breaks the slight monotony of the rest of the album.”
Amy Winehouse Monday 23rd November 2009 leaving a clinic wearing a ring on her engagement finger London, England
Amy Winehouse Thursday 23rd July 2009 Amy Winehouse arriving at City of Westminster Magistrates Court to face charges of assault London, England
Amy Winehouse Monday 13th July 2009 arriving at Gatwick airport after flying in from St Lucia
Amy Winehouse Tuesday 11th November 2008 looking happy as she goes for a drink in a local pub with friends. London, England
Amy Winehouse Thursday 25th September 2008 The 'End of Summer Ball' charity event in Berkeley Square - Inside London, England
Amy Winehouse Thursday 14th August 2008 Amy Winehouse looking very tired and showing a cut on her right arm, arrives at Dingwalls in Camden for The Hawley Arms fundraiser with her god-daughter Dionne Bromfield London, England
Amy Winehouse Saturday 12th July 2008 Amy Winehouse leaving her house to travel to Dublin to perform tonight London, England
Amy Winehouse Friday 4th July 2008 leaves her house accompanied by a minder and heads to the Jewish shopping area of London, Golders Green. London, England
Amy Winehouse Monday 30th June 2008 leaves her Camden home to go for a walk with an inhaler in her hand. She produces an ace of hearts playing card which she asks the photographers to get published for her incarcerated husband London, England
Amy Winehouse Sunday 8th June 2008 Mitch Winehouse takes daughter Amy Winehouse to the Guanabana restaurant in Camden London, England
Date of birth
14th September, 1983
Date of death
14th September, 2011
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As with his Formula One documentary Senna, filmmaker Asaf Kapadia cleverly uses archival footage to...