Amy Winehouse’s life to be turned into film


Late Amy Winehouse’s boyfriend, director Reg Traviss, has been receiving offers to make a film on the singer’s life. He believes that though Winehouse’s life will eventually make it to the big screen some day, the project would be too painful for him to handle. “I guess a biopic is inevitable. I have been asked but I honestly don’t think I could do it.
I’d be too close to it,” the Mirror quoted him as saying. “But whoever does write and direct the film may exaggerate certain points to make it more ‘Hollywood’. The family would want to be involved to make sure that it’s done justice. But right now it’s all too raw,” he added.
Traviss, who dated Winehouse for two years, said that he is still grief-stricken after the 27-year-old’s sudden death from alcohol poisoning this year. “I’m taking each day as it comes,” he said. “I feel I’m living a horrible daydream that I just want to snap out of, but can’t,” he added.