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Source:  Entertainment Weekly

The official trailer for Oscar-winner Ron Howard’s biographical documentary “Pavarotti” begins with an off-camera voice asking the titular singer how he wants to be remembered in 100 years.

Though the Italian opera legend pauses and the footage cuts before he can answer, what follows makes the case for him—celebrating his rise to prominence as a world-renowned vocalist who sold over 100 million records, as well as highlighting the personal anxieties that humanized him behind the scenes.

From the same filmmaking team behind “The Beatles: Eight Days A Week – The Touring Years,” “Pavarotti” includes intimate footage from several of the late singer’s live performances as well as interviews and never-before-seen footage filmed prior to his death in 2007.

“Pavarotti” opens in select theaters on June 7.

Read the story at Entertainment Weekly.

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