Watch a first preview of the documentary about Tina Turner

There are plenty of reasons to honor the life and work of Tina Turner. After all, the 81-year-old is still referred to by the title of “The Queen of Rock”, With a musical legacy that spans just over 50 years of artist career, without forgetting some appearances on the big screen.

Such an imposing figure in the entertainment industry will surely equate his great number of achievements and triumphs with his failures and shady moments throughout his life, which will be reflected in “Tina”, A documentary in which she will guide us through the defining moments of her life.

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The winning directors of the Oscar Dan Lindsay Y T.J Martin They have created a production that they describe as “the greatest celebration of the global superstar”, thus premiering their first official trailer.

“From her early career as queen of the R&B to his sold-out stadium tours in the 1980s, Tina Turner lower the curtain to invite us into his private world in a way that he has never done before, ”says the official synopsis of the documentary.

“Revealing her inner struggles and sharing some of her most personal moments, ‘Tina’ is the inspirational recording that defines one of the great survivors of modern music.” The first preview features an interview in which the singer reflects on her childhood.

The documentary will also explore some of the most iconic performances of his career, including “Proud Mary”, Song originally recorded by Creedence Clearwater Revival in 1969. It will also address some of his most personal stories, which until now he would have chosen to keep private.

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The documentary is expected to be premiered at the 2021 edition of the “International Film Festival” in Berlin, in addition to its television premiere through the signal of HBO next March 27. This material will also be available through Sky Documentaries, as well as other digital film purchase and rental services.