We're getting a closer look at the new documentary about Amy Winehouse.
In the new full-length trailer we see a more intimate sneak peek at what the troubled Grammy-winning singer went through ... before meeting her ultimate death from alcohol poisoning in 2011.
Check out the heartfelt trailer for "Amy" above.
The "Rehab" songstress tragically passed away in 2011 from alcohol poisoning at just 27-years-old, after years of battling drug and alcohol addictions.
"She was highly intelligent, the most intelligent person I knew," a British voice says in the clip. "She had such an emotional relationship to music," another person adds.
"The more people see of me, the more they'll realize is that all I'm good for is making music," the "Back to Black" singer confesses during an interview in the trailer.
It also looks like the documentary will examine the 27-year-old's high-profile relationships. "Amy was a girl that just wanted to be loved," a male voice explains.
"To fall in love with someone, who I would have died for, that's like a real drug isn't it?" Winehouse asks in the clip.
We can't wait to see more special footage of the singer when "Amy" drops this summer! Are you excited to see the new documentary? Tell toofab in the comment section below and check out the gallery above to see more photos remembering the talented singer.