Controversial Amy Winehouse Biopic Takes Back Seat as Rare Footage from “In My Bed” Emerges

Amy Winehouse Biopic Controversy Takes a Back Seat: Unveiling Previously Unseen Footage from “In My Bed” Video

Amidst the ongoing controversy surrounding the upcoming biopic on the life of the late Amy Winehouse, a breath of fresh air emerged as previously unseen footage from the promotional video of her third single, “In My Bed,” was released to the public.

The raw scenes, filmed in a New York City hotel room, aim to celebrate the imminent 20th anniversary of her debut album, “Frank.”

20th Anniversary Celebration: Scenes from the “In My Bed” Video Resurface

Directed by Paul Gore, the original video for the album’s third single captures a 20-year-old Winehouse bidding goodnight to her boyfriend, navigating the corridors of a New York hotel, and performing the track with a band.

The scenes culminate with a provocative twist as the singer returns to her disheveled room, encountering a mystery man—an assumed act of infidelity.

Unused Footage from “In My Bed” Set: A Glimpse into Winehouse’s Iconic Style

Previously unreleased images from the video set follow a similar theme, featuring Winehouse in a floral minidress and understated makeup, strolling through the hotel’s luxurious carpets.

These raw rushes have been compiled into a lyric video, a prelude to the 20th anniversary celebration of “Frank,” set to be released by record label UMR/Island Records.

Remembering Amy Winehouse: A Tragic Legacy and Controversial Biopic

Amy Winehouse, who tragically passed away at the age of 27 on July 23, 2011, faced a tumultuous life marked by drug and alcohol addiction. T

he controversial biopic, titled “Back To Black” after one of her iconic singles, is set for release in April.

Despite a divisive trailer, Mark Ronson, a close friend and collaborator, defends the film, praising its portrayal of Winehouse’s “whip-smart” humor.

Controversy Surrounding the Biopic: Fans Divided and Grieving Friends Speak Out

The biopic has faced criticism for allegedly exploiting Winehouse’s legacy and capitalizing on her trauma.

Fans on social media have expressed their intention to boycott the movie, arguing that it is premature and interferes with letting Winehouse rest.

Grief-stricken friends, upset by the lack of consultation and concerns about the lead actress’s resemblance to Winehouse, have voiced their disapproval.

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