Four years after her passing, Amy Winehouse will be the subject of a two-hour documentary to be released in British theaters on July 3rd. The film, Amy, is directed by BAFTA award-winning director Asif Kapaida who shared a clip of the movie earlier today. In it, Winehouse is quizzed about future fame, wondering if she even wants to be famous. “I don’t,” she replies.

Amy will tell the story of the tragic singer’s artistry and life using extensive footage compiled from varying points in her career from her early rise, her debut album Frank, her monster sophomore album Back To Black and her untimely death.