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Fresh Air Weekend: Freeing Amy Winehouse From Her Tabloid Legacy

In the dawning of the digital age, "She was the unlucky one to be having a nervous breakdown in public at the time," Amy director Asif Kapadia tells Fresh Air. Originally broadcast July 8, 2015.

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Fresh Air Weekend: Freeing Amy Winehouse From Her Tabloid Legacy

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A Big-Hearted, 'Tangerine' Vision Of LA's Crime-Riddled Streets

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