It's been almost a year since Beyonce dropped her self-titled album, so to celebrate she released a short film called 'Yours and Mine.' The movie features Queen Bey speaking about men and women relationships, the love of her family and feminism, among other things.

The R&B superstar narrates the black-and-white retrospective, which shows unseen footage from recent videos and a slew of artsy shots.

In one segment, she talks about the pressures of fame.

"When you're famous no one looks at you like a human anymore," says the singer in her husky voice. "You become a property of the public. There's nothing real about it. You can't put your finger on who I am. I can't put my finger on who I am. I am complicated."

Bey also talks about being able to embrace conflict in her adult years, while trying not to be a people pleaser, like she was in her younger years. There's also brief shots of her hubby, Jay Z, and their cute daughter Blue Ivy. In a tender moment, Beyonce explains how much both of them mean to her.

The '7/11' singer also says that she doesn't believe marriage robs you of your individuality and it's nice to have a witness to your successes and failures.

There's no doubt that the Beyhive will be thrilled to have a little more insight on their favorite artist, as Beyonce does a good job of keeping people entertained while revealing more and more about herself.

Watch the video above.

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