Documentary (2011) 79 minutes ~ Color
Amy Winehouse: The Girl Done Good is a review of her music and career to date. Drawing on rare and classic performances, exclusive interviews, lengthy contributions from friends, colleagues, journalists and experts, and a host of other features, this DVD is a unique insight into the music, career and life of a cultural icon. In an age when Z-list celebrities garner more media attention than the truly gifted, Amy Winehouse is an anomaly – a woman of such extraordinary flair it beggars belief and a dream for the tabloids, all rolled into one. So while many of her chart-topping contemporaries build here-today-gone-tomorrow 'careers' of little substance, Amy's appeal is genuine, based on talent with a capital T.
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Stephanie Smith is is a graduate of NYU with a BA in Film Production and is currently getting her MA in Film Studies from UCLA. She loves watching independent films and attending film festivals and also listening to her favorite tunes.
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