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  • Review: Amy

    It’s easy for us working-class stiffs to get annoyed with celebrities who have it all and seemingly throw it away, but Amy does a better job than almost any other documentary in detailing how the pressures of being perpetually thrust into the spotlight are very real. This is poignant material, with the outrage mostly emanating from the presence of the sleazebags who effectively co-opted her life.


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