Amy Winehouse Documentary In The Works

Film, tentatively titled 'Saving Amy,' shot by celebrity interviewer Daphne Barak.

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[artist id="1742872"]Amy Winehouse[/artist] will be the subject of a documentary tentatively titled "Saving Amy." The troubled singer is being profiled by Israeli-American interviewer Daphne Barak for the film, which will be released later this year, according to Winehouse's MySpace page.

"Amy and her family will be the subject of a new documentary later this year," the MySpace blog post reads. "[Barak's] subjects over the years have included celebrities, royalty, world leaders and international personalities. The journalist spent time with Amy and her family recently on St. Lucia, and in true honest to goodness Amy style, the doc will be a truthful and revealing look at her complicated life."

Barak's Web site features a photo of the journalist with Amy. In an interview with the U.K.'s Sunday Times, Barak recalled her time with Winehouse in St. Lucia and questioned whether Winehouse has really conquered her demons. She points out that Winehouse's hands frequently shake when she goes to do something.

"When the food arrives, she insists on serving us," Barak told the newspaper. "Because she is busy feeding us, no one seems to notice that she isn't eating; she is just pushing the food around her plate. I wonder, not for the last time, if she has truly overcome her anorexia."

Barak said Winehouse's father isn't sure she's stopped drinking either, since she mysteriously disappears throughout the night. "She is childlike in her need for affection, constantly coming up to hug us," she recalled. "Yet all through the evening, she keeps disappearing for a smoke or — as her father suspects — a drink."

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