Judy

“Judy isn’t a biopic; it takes place over only a few months, in the final year of Judy Garland’s life. Broke, divorced and deeply in debt in 1968, Garland reluctantly agreed to leave her children and travel to London to perform a series of concerts at a swanky nightclub. Things didn’t go terribly well, but every now and then, a bit of that Over the Rainbow magic peeked through.

“Rene Zellweger as Garland adds a physicality; her Judy perpetually slouches, like she’s trying to make herself smaller (like the child star she once was), with her head jutting forward as if it’s heavy. Her smile is that of a sad clown; her voice, in the concerts, has an almost desperate abandon.

“But what’s most appealing about Zellweger’s portrayal is the brightness that peeps out from the clouds: her deep love for her children, her sly wit. You get a sense, in this skilled and splendid performance, not of an icon, but a person; one terribly damaged by her past and valiantly struggling to remain in her present.” - The Seattle Times

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