Pink announces documentary ‘All I Know So Far’ is coming to Amazon Prime Video: release date, how to stream and more
Popstar Pink has announced details of her documentary coming to streaming services in 2021.
The film entitled P!NK: All I Know So Far, follows the performer as she heads out on a world tour and is set to be released on 21 May via Amazon Prime Video.
Announcing the news of All I Know So Far on social media, Pink said: “Starring the cutest kids, made by me. I’m in there, too 👩🏼🎤 Come jump on the tour bus and see how it really goes. Cause it’s Wembley F**king Stadium.”
All I Know So Far is directed by Michael Gracey and follows Pink as she embarks on her 2019 Beautiful Trauma World Tour while trying to balance being a mom, a wife, a boss and a performer.
All I Know So Far will mix footage from the road, behind-the-scenes interviews and personal material as audiences are given a glimpse behind the curtain of the circus she calls life.
The 2019 tour saw her perform more than 150 sold-out shows across the globe including her biggest date in the UK with two nights at Wembley Stadium.
She performed hits from her impressive back catalogue including “Just Like A Pill”, “Raise Your Glass”, “What About Us” and “So What”.
The singer has been a fierce ally for LGBT+ people throughout her career, most notably on the track “Dear Mr. President” which criticises then president Bush on his opposition to gay marriage.
In the 2006 collaboration alongside openly gay duo Indigo Girls, she sings: “And what kind of father might hate his own daughter if she were gay?”.
She also criticises other areas of the Bush administration including the Iraq War, women’s rights and the lack of empathy for working class citizens.
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Since its release she has described the track as “the most important song she’s ever written,” and it has become an anthem among her fans, with even Cher calling for the singer to update the track for Trump last year.
The documentary, P!NK: All I Know So Far is due to be released worldwide on Friday, 21 May via streaming platform Amazon Prime Video.
Once you’re free trial is up it’ll cost £7.99/$12.99 per month or £79.99/$119 per year and comes with other benefits including music streaming, film and TV streaming, free delivery and more.
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