By Preston Jones, Fort Worth Star-Telegram (TNS)
“I don’t think I’ll be famous,” Amy Winehouse remarked in 2003. “I don’t think I could handle it.”
She was half-right, but more than she knew.
This month marks four years since Winehouse died from alcohol poisoning at the far-too-young age of 27.
Amy, director Asif Kapadia’s absorbing documentary about the Grammy-winning British singer-songwriter, makes you feel the loss — quite acutely, at times — all over again.
Employing archival footage and contemporary interviews with every major figure in Winehouse’s life, including her ex-husband, Blake Fielder, and her parents, Janis and Mitchell Winehouse, Amy traces the ascent of the fiercely talented and willful Winehouse from rebellious teenager to global superstar.…