Movie Trailer: Whitney Houston Documentary ‘Can I Be Me?’

Published: Wednesday 24th May 2017 by Rashad

Despite ongoing opposition from the megastar’s estate, the overwhelmingly positive critical response to the controversial documentary about the life of pop icon Whitney Houston, titled ‘WHITNEY:  Can I Be Me,’ will move forward with viewings in select theaters starting this summer.

Directed by Nick Broomfield, the documentary is chockfull of never-before-seen footage, exclusive live recordings, and interviews from some of the singer’s inner camp including hairdressers, bodyguards, backup singers, assistants, and many more.

“Her meteoric rise and tragic fall raises a lot of questions about what kind of sacrifices she made to to be a crossover singer who was at some points rejected by her own people,” said Broomfield. “She was booed at the Soul Train awards. This all took place at a time when America was even more polarized than it is today.”

Keen to get your first look? It awaits inside:

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  1. Jasmine May 24, 2017

    I love Whitney and her music but I don’t see a need to make a documentary about her exposing secrets when she is not here to refute anything. I feel like they are taking advantage of her death and blocking studios from making a proper movie about her life that could go to movie theaters. Bobby Brown should be ashamed of himself for running his gums to the press and making money off her death (his book, interviews, and selling stories). At the end of the day she was the mother of one of his kids and he should respect her enough to keep their private business private. I think I will pass on seeing this movie.

  2. I HATE BLACK and WHITE B****** May 24, 2017

    They need to find out who was supplying her the dope. Ray j. had an on-and-off relationship,.all that stuff these unauthorized movies they not saying nothing

    • Jasmine May 24, 2017

      That part is easy…limo drivers, security guards, friends like Faith Evans, Bobby’s family, etc.

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