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Asif Kapadia's much-anticipated documentary about the late British singer Amy Winehouse hits cinemas this week amid a dispute between its makers and her father, who has called the film misleading.Mitch Winehouse has disassociated himself from "Amy," which follows the Grammy Award winner from her childhood to her death.The biopic uses home videos, photos, reports and performances to show Winehouse's path to a career as an acclaimed singer. The film, narrated by the singer herself as well as by friends, family and colleagues, premiered in Europe at the Cannes Film Festival in May.Known for hits like "Rehab" and "Back to Black," Winehouse, was seen as one of the most talented musicians of her generation.
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