It's excruciating and exhilarating.
Renee Zellweger takes on the iconic role of singer/actress Judy Garland in "Judy," directed by Rupert Goold. Set 30 years after starring in "The Wizard of Oz," when the spotlight of her stardom has dimmed, Judy arrives in London in a last ditch attempt to revive her career and finances to perform sold-out shows at the Talk of the Town nightclub. Her troubled past (shown in flashbacks to her childhood spent in the MGM studio system) takes its toll emotionally, and the fragile singer struggles to be back in front of an audience. Film journalist Katherine Tulich spoke to Renee Zellweger for this video interview.
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