The trailer for the late Whitney Houston documentary “Can I Be Me” has been released. The trailer shows footage of a young Whitney singing at church, as well as Bobby Brown, Whitney and a young Bobbi Kristina arriving to the American Music Awards.
Whitney Houston: Can I Be Me? attempts to delve into the complications of Houston’s life. Although her family and Brown didn’t cooperate, director Nick Broomfield was commissioned by Houston during her lifetime to shoot footage of the singer and his is one of the first attempts to put Whitney’s life in context.
Complete with never-before-seen backstage footage and revealing new interviews with family, friends and entourage-members, it portrays Houston to be as endlessly troubled as she was talented, asserting that her personal battles with image, sexuality, and crippling addiction eventually came to a head and led to her death at the age of 48.
Showing footage of Houston and Brown out to dinner one night, Houston breaks down crying while discussing Bobbi Kristina. “I’m worried about her,” she says and Brown tries to console her, “I love her so much.”
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