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Judy Garland, Renee Zellweger, ED discussed on The Frame

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Renee Zellweger was at the telluride film festival early this month for the premiere of her new film Judy beauty which is directed by Rupert Gould in the movie Zellwegger portrays Judy Garland late in her life well after the fame from wizard of Oz had vanished S. She was battling demons on several fronts. Zellweger also played Garland in song in the film performing array of musical numbers including over the rainbow. Oh live onset when she visited the frames makeshift studio at our condo and telluride Zellweger told me about what Garland mentor her before she took on the role Ed. I always just sort of took her for granted. She was always there. She was extraordinary. She was original so she filled this spot that belonged to her. She was always on the turntable title in my house or if there was a special where she was on television we were watching with my parents so I just sort of she was always there but but I was surprised to learn that a person could have been working on that level since she was two years old could find herself you in those circumstances later in life that that did surprise me doesn't matter. Yukon Khan is an audience out there waiting to hear you sing my mouth dry Nick Houston teepee fine. There is a fascinating review that we found around of the original concerts in nineteen sixty eight in the observer and this is what the critic said in part. It's a long review and there's lots of really interesting stuff. She doesn't really really give a concert. She conducts a seance. She evokes pity and sorrow like no other superstar so and that seems to fit really into the movie about what's going on in Judy's life at the time of this story. So how would you describe the chaos us that is all around her and how that chaos starts to show itself on stage when she's performing. I mean this is her bliss. We're talking about performance aunts and connecting with audiences obviously it's her gift and it's also what she relies on for her freedom and financial stability and her ability to take care herself she was in debt and she didn't have a home place to live she was having difficulty finding work in the United States because her reputation was not not one of of great ability and then there's the addiction that we didn't. I guess we'll we understand a little bit more about these days. Obviously Dan coupled with anxieties and just years and years and years of overworking this thing that you're supposed to take very great care of which I've come to learn about the instruments that you can't just push push push the chaos. Suppose is just what you see on the outside. All sizes is usually a manifestation of what's on the inside and all of those things one of those things that she was experiencing at the time would have been enough to to break a person and I think that that's what's interesting about talking about this time in her life. It's not I don't. I don't think that there's any shame in it. I think that it just really league highlights how exceptional she was that she was able to overcome all of this mess and still perform and still give so much to her audiences and despite the abuse in the wear on her instrument boy she still she still delivered you know it stuck it hit those notes and break your heart like nobody you know the wrangler.