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Watch the Haunting Trailer for the Amy Winehouse Documentary

It's hard to believe it's already been four years since Amy Winehouse's untimely death. To mark the occasion, British documentary filmmaker Asif Kapadia has made Amy, a film about the late singer's brief, stormy time on earth. The two-hour documentary, which hits U.K. theaters on July 3, will use archival footage—including rare interviews and performances—to tell the heartbreaking story of a woman whose talent was so great that it ultimately led to her demise. 

In the movie's haunting first trailer, we see a young, pre-fame Winehouse being interviewed, as a demo of "Back to Black" echoes in the background. "I'm not a girl trying to be a star or be anything other than a musician," she tells her interviewer. At that point he asks, "How big you do you think you're going to be?" And Winehouse replies, "I don't. I don't think I'm going to be at all famous." At that point, flashbulbs go off and the footage shifts to Winehouse in her later years, as her voiceover continues: "I don't think I could handle it, I would probably go mad." 

Watch it below.