Tina Turner can be seen recalling her childhood and talking about her mother in the first trailer for the upcoming new documentary about the singing legend.
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TINA, described as "the ultimate celebration of a global superstar", was directed by Oscar-winning directors Dan Lindsay and T.J Martin, and is due to air in cinemas and on TV in March.
The official synopsis of the fully authorised film says: "From her early career as the queen of R&B to her record-breaking sell-out arena tours of the '80s, Tina Turner draws back the curtain to invite us into her private world in a way she has never done before.
"Revealing her inner-most struggles, and sharing some of her most personal moments, TINA is the defining and inspirational record of one of the greatest survivors in modern music."
81-year-old Turner was heavily involved with the making of the new documentary.
According to independent distributor Altitude, whose recent releases include Crock of Gold: A Few Rounds With Shane MacGowan and the critically acclaimed Calm With Horses, "TINA is the ultimate celebration of a global superstar and an intimate portrait of a woman who overcame extreme adversity to define her career, her identity and her legacy on her own terms.
The new film is set to receive its world premiere at the Berlin International Film Festival next week and will be released by HBO in the US on March 27.
TINA will be released on March 28 on Sky Documentaries and NOW TV and will also be available via altitude.film.