"Sometimes you have to be a high flying bitch." The trailer for the highly anticipated Grace Jones documentary, Grace Jones: Bloodlight and Bami is just as outspoken and fantastic as the music legend and party queen herself.  

Quoting Vera Donovan from the 1995 film Dolores Claiborne, Jones is seen applying makeup in a car, then at a stage mirror before laughing to herself. It is both hypnotising and endearing. The trailer is sound tracked by the fashion icons song 'Pull up to the Bumper.'

Muse to fashion photographer Jean-Paul Goude, Grace Jones is a sensation who was well before her time. Her androgynous appearance and vivacious, outspoken personality blurred gender lines and stereotypes. She brought with her the word 'fierce' before it was even associated with Beyoncé.   

Directed by Sophie Fiennes, Grace Jones: Bloodlight and Bami is said to have been filmed over the course of a decade, weaving together the private and public lives of the icon. Audiences will see Jones as a lover, daughter, mother, sister and grandmother.  

Speaking to ScreenDaily Jones said of the film: "This is the first time people will see me in this way. They will see a very candid portrayal. It is raw. It will be like seeing me almost naked I'm very happy with the film. I didn't feel like it was an invasion. It was a very smooth and comfortable process."

Watch the mesmerising trailer below.

Grace Jones documentary: watch the mesmerising trailer