Tina Turner bids a final farewell to her fans in a touching new film that shows how she has overcome her painful past and finally found happiness, New York post reports.
In the feature-length documentary, simply titled “Tina,” the singer looks back on camera for the first time at her struggle and pain when she was young, then the true love and global fame she found as a middle-aged woman.
She is now plagued by ill health, including a stroke and cancer. The soul and rock music legend also suffered kidney failure that led to a transplant in 2017.
She revealed that she has a form of post-traumatic stress disorder from the domestic abuse she suffered at the hands of her first husband and music partner, Ike Turner.
In the film, she tells how she wants to enter the third and final chapter of her life out of the spotlight, bringing down the curtain on a career that saw her sell more than 100 million records, and at her peak in the ’80s sell out arenas around the globe.
This documentary will have been excruciating to make, but is a parting gift to her global army of fans. The documentary will be out on March 27.