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Sign in with Facebook Other Sign in options. Find showtimes, watch trailers, browse photos, track your Watchlist and rate your favorite movies and TV shows on your phone or tablet! As TV biopics go, this is the best I've ever seen. Most of the credit, if not all, must go to the extraordinary Judy Davis. She claims she wasn't all that familiar with Judy Garland, well she could've fool me and she did.

I was allowed in without making me feel like a voyeur. There is a sense of fairness about the tragic - yes, tragic - tale of the biggest entertainment performer the world has ever known. What makes Judy Garland so compelling is her unmistakable humanity and her moments of self awareness that come to attack her rather than reassure her.

An artist treated like a commodity from day one and that shouldn't come as a big surprise but it does because we see it reflected in Judy's eyes Garland or Davis, it doesn't matter I believed it, and what's most remarkable of all, I understood it.

Was this review helpful? Sign in to vote. BaileySEA 25 March Life with Judy Garland: Me and My Shadows is the penultimate of made-for-TV biopics. Based on daughter Lorna Luft's loving paean to her mother, this is a warm, poignant, buoyant motion picture for the small screen. The re-creation of "Meet Me in St. Louis" is eerily exacting, it's like watching a documentary of the film. Davis quite simply glows as the doomed Judy.

Old pro Marsha Mason has the unenviable role of mother Ethel Gumm, and quite convincingly too. This movie was televised five years ago, but it still haunts me. Even Judy would have been proud of this masterful television production. Isaac 6 October There have been a lot of show business biographies put on film, but for the most part, they are sketchy and fictionalized.

Judy Garland was a show business legend, who even though much has been written about her, a definitive film biography has alluded us. Most show biz biopics tend to fictionalize material for dramatic effect or lack of knowledge of the facts, but I trust the facts presented here because there are several events recreated here that I have actually heard Garland herself talk about in interviews. The filmmakers wisely chose two actresses to play the teenage and adult Garland. Davis, in particular, is astonishing in a powerhouse performance that just gets richer and more complex upon repeat viewings.

Another wise decision to dub original Garland recordings for Davis' singing voice further enhances the power of the piece. I read that prior to shooting, Davis watched every movie Garland made and as much concert footage as she could get her hands on and her homework pays off in spades here. Victor Garber gives the performance of his career as Judy's volatile third husband, Sid Luft. Hugh Laurie is a little too masculine as Judy's 2nd hubby, Vincente Minnelli, whose rumored bisexuality prior to meeting Judy is part of Hollywood folklore.

A hauntingly accurate look at the tragic life of, arguably, Hollywood's greatest creation, whose very human troubles never allowed her to live up to the creation. Twillhead 11 April No one can capture the true Garland essence, but Tammy Blanchard and Judy Davis come as close as humanly possible, and I'll settle for that. While I'm still conflicted over daughter Lorna's motives for writing the book upon which this film is based and would Judy have approved??

Wisdom prevailed when electing Blanchard and Davis to lip-sync to Judy herself, although this undoubtedly created more of a challenge for the actors portraying her.

Both rose to the occasion. Blanchard's performance is little short of incredible--she captures the young Judy with a brilliance that is exceeded only by the subject herself the "Oz" sequence is almost spooky. Blanchard exited the film a bit too soon , but as the film moves ahead, the perfection of her casting is obvious. She vocally and physically mimics the great Garland in another "tour-de-force" performance.

The supporting cast also shines, in particular John Benjamin Hickey as Roger Edens, Judy's vocal coach, mentor, and dear friend. Hickey's quiet strength matches that of Mr. Edens, a lovely, warm glow in the background. Even Legends have their anchors--Roger was Judy's for many years, and Mr.

Hickey's silent presence in this regard is perfect. Garland fan or not, this is captivating show man-and-woman ship of the first order. In keeping with the great and wonderful Judy Garland. I must say that Judy Garland has never been a favorite icon of mine, although many of my friends adore her.

My impressions of Judy Garland have always been the classic star who seemingly had it all but lost it due to drugs and addiction. But what struck me most about "Me and My Shadows" was how the film was able to portray Judy Garland as a human being, not just a typical star immersed in tragedy, which unfortunately is too common among Hollywood legends.

Lorna Luft should be truly proud of this film which will I predict sweep the Emmy Awards this year. Judy Davis was mesmerizing!!!! Watching her performance literally sent chills down my spine. I haven't seen an actress completely transform herself into another actress so brilliantly and believably. She has always, in my opinion, been seriously underrated as a dramatic actress.

This performance is undoubtedly the best of her career, and she deserves all of the praise she has been garnering. Tammy Blanchard was also remarkable, and Victor Garber was good as well. The acting performances of all were truly breathtaking and just goes to show that true talent doesn't always lie at the feet of the "Hollywood star machine. If there was a complaint, it would probably be that Liza Minnelli was not mentioned a great deal here, but the movie itself was not about Liza.

This was a truly well-crafted cinematic effort that doesn't particularly cast Garland as a victim, but not as a saint as well. That balance is needed to truly avoid this movie from becoming a sad, soppy melodrama. Overall, this will stand the test of time and really allow the public to see first and foremost the dark side of Hollywood back in the days of the studio system.

I highly recommend seeing this movie. Even if you're not particularly familiar with Garland, the acting and storyline will keep you glued to the television set. My rating is 9 out of ten. BobLib 25 February What starts out as a slightly better-than-average Hollywood biopic becomes sheer dynamite when Judy Davis takes over the role of the talented, tormented "Rainbow Girl" herself, Judy Garland.

She perfectly conveys all the professional and personal highs and lows of a unique show biz legend. Garland herself was always something of a dichotomy. Professionally, at her best "Oz," the Palace, Carnegie , no one could touch her; as a human being, no one in their right mind would want to BE her. Davis conveys this every step on the way.

Even when her vocals are dubbed by the original Garland recordings, you're watching a true pro at work. Not that she's the only reason for seeing this film by any means. Victor Garber brings his usual understated but powerful presence to the role of Sid Luft, Hugh Laurie is a solid Vincente Minelli, and the late Al Waxman, who died just before the film was aired, makes a good L. It would seem that Judy Garland would be just too big of a subject to bring to the screen.

But the producers, and a lady named Davis, have done so, brilliantly. Judy Davis gets the Emmy for this one. Not since Ben Kingsley in "Gandhi" have I seen anyone inhabit a real-life based character the way Davis does here.

A career high note. Hate to say it.. It's almost too big for TV. Hats off to ABC either way. Great direction by Ackerman. The attention payed to the nuances is surreal. And Tammy Blanchard just bought herself a career. Wave bye-bye to "The Guiding Light", Tammy.

Your boat has just sailed. There has to be some sort of cosmic yin-yang Zen supernatural otherworldly force at work here that placed one "Judy" in the ruby slippers of another to this effect. There is no other handy explanation. A star is born Blanchard and another one goes into supernova Davis. This is great moviemaking. Now, get this sucker to video where I can watch it without commercial interruptions. I had seen this film two times before, and after seeing Blanchard almost top the great Bernadette in "Gypsy", I had to see her go from the most famous stripper in the world to the most famous singer in the world two years before.

I was familiar with Tammy from the TV soap "Guiding Light" where she played a young vixen, so to see her as the innocent young girl in "Life With JG" had me very impressed upon my first two viewings. Then, on Broadway, she really made an impact on me, so a month after seeing that, I decided to watch "Life With JG" once again. Her intensity as a singer and the obvious love of her audience was right there in the audio.

I didn't even have to see her perform. Today, it is as fresh and memorable as ever. While not bad, McCardle resembled an older Shirley Temple more than she did Judy Garland, and the film suffers greatly because of that.

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Louis" is eerily exacting, it's like watching a documentary of the film. Davis quite simply glows as the doomed Judy. Old pro Marsha Mason has the unenviable role of mother Ethel Gumm, and quite convincingly too. This movie was televised five years ago, but it still haunts me. Even Judy would have been proud of this masterful television production.

Isaac 6 October There have been a lot of show business biographies put on film, but for the most part, they are sketchy and fictionalized. Judy Garland was a show business legend, who even though much has been written about her, a definitive film biography has alluded us. Most show biz biopics tend to fictionalize material for dramatic effect or lack of knowledge of the facts, but I trust the facts presented here because there are several events recreated here that I have actually heard Garland herself talk about in interviews.

The filmmakers wisely chose two actresses to play the teenage and adult Garland. Davis, in particular, is astonishing in a powerhouse performance that just gets richer and more complex upon repeat viewings. Another wise decision to dub original Garland recordings for Davis' singing voice further enhances the power of the piece. I read that prior to shooting, Davis watched every movie Garland made and as much concert footage as she could get her hands on and her homework pays off in spades here.

Victor Garber gives the performance of his career as Judy's volatile third husband, Sid Luft. Hugh Laurie is a little too masculine as Judy's 2nd hubby, Vincente Minnelli, whose rumored bisexuality prior to meeting Judy is part of Hollywood folklore. A hauntingly accurate look at the tragic life of, arguably, Hollywood's greatest creation, whose very human troubles never allowed her to live up to the creation.

Twillhead 11 April No one can capture the true Garland essence, but Tammy Blanchard and Judy Davis come as close as humanly possible, and I'll settle for that. While I'm still conflicted over daughter Lorna's motives for writing the book upon which this film is based and would Judy have approved??

Wisdom prevailed when electing Blanchard and Davis to lip-sync to Judy herself, although this undoubtedly created more of a challenge for the actors portraying her.

Both rose to the occasion. Blanchard's performance is little short of incredible--she captures the young Judy with a brilliance that is exceeded only by the subject herself the "Oz" sequence is almost spooky. Blanchard exited the film a bit too soon , but as the film moves ahead, the perfection of her casting is obvious. She vocally and physically mimics the great Garland in another "tour-de-force" performance.

The supporting cast also shines, in particular John Benjamin Hickey as Roger Edens, Judy's vocal coach, mentor, and dear friend. Hickey's quiet strength matches that of Mr. Edens, a lovely, warm glow in the background.

Even Legends have their anchors--Roger was Judy's for many years, and Mr. Hickey's silent presence in this regard is perfect.

Garland fan or not, this is captivating show man-and-woman ship of the first order. In keeping with the great and wonderful Judy Garland. I must say that Judy Garland has never been a favorite icon of mine, although many of my friends adore her. My impressions of Judy Garland have always been the classic star who seemingly had it all but lost it due to drugs and addiction. But what struck me most about "Me and My Shadows" was how the film was able to portray Judy Garland as a human being, not just a typical star immersed in tragedy, which unfortunately is too common among Hollywood legends.

Lorna Luft should be truly proud of this film which will I predict sweep the Emmy Awards this year. Judy Davis was mesmerizing!!!! Watching her performance literally sent chills down my spine. I haven't seen an actress completely transform herself into another actress so brilliantly and believably. She has always, in my opinion, been seriously underrated as a dramatic actress.

This performance is undoubtedly the best of her career, and she deserves all of the praise she has been garnering. Tammy Blanchard was also remarkable, and Victor Garber was good as well. The acting performances of all were truly breathtaking and just goes to show that true talent doesn't always lie at the feet of the "Hollywood star machine. If there was a complaint, it would probably be that Liza Minnelli was not mentioned a great deal here, but the movie itself was not about Liza.

This was a truly well-crafted cinematic effort that doesn't particularly cast Garland as a victim, but not as a saint as well. That balance is needed to truly avoid this movie from becoming a sad, soppy melodrama.

Overall, this will stand the test of time and really allow the public to see first and foremost the dark side of Hollywood back in the days of the studio system. I highly recommend seeing this movie. Even if you're not particularly familiar with Garland, the acting and storyline will keep you glued to the television set. My rating is 9 out of ten. BobLib 25 February What starts out as a slightly better-than-average Hollywood biopic becomes sheer dynamite when Judy Davis takes over the role of the talented, tormented "Rainbow Girl" herself, Judy Garland.

She perfectly conveys all the professional and personal highs and lows of a unique show biz legend. Garland herself was always something of a dichotomy. Professionally, at her best "Oz," the Palace, Carnegie , no one could touch her; as a human being, no one in their right mind would want to BE her. Davis conveys this every step on the way. Even when her vocals are dubbed by the original Garland recordings, you're watching a true pro at work.

Not that she's the only reason for seeing this film by any means. Victor Garber brings his usual understated but powerful presence to the role of Sid Luft, Hugh Laurie is a solid Vincente Minelli, and the late Al Waxman, who died just before the film was aired, makes a good L. It would seem that Judy Garland would be just too big of a subject to bring to the screen.

But the producers, and a lady named Davis, have done so, brilliantly. Judy Davis gets the Emmy for this one. Not since Ben Kingsley in "Gandhi" have I seen anyone inhabit a real-life based character the way Davis does here. A career high note. Hate to say it.. It's almost too big for TV.

Hats off to ABC either way. Great direction by Ackerman. The attention payed to the nuances is surreal. And Tammy Blanchard just bought herself a career. Wave bye-bye to "The Guiding Light", Tammy. Your boat has just sailed. There has to be some sort of cosmic yin-yang Zen supernatural otherworldly force at work here that placed one "Judy" in the ruby slippers of another to this effect. There is no other handy explanation. A star is born Blanchard and another one goes into supernova Davis.

This is great moviemaking. Now, get this sucker to video where I can watch it without commercial interruptions. I had seen this film two times before, and after seeing Blanchard almost top the great Bernadette in "Gypsy", I had to see her go from the most famous stripper in the world to the most famous singer in the world two years before. I was familiar with Tammy from the TV soap "Guiding Light" where she played a young vixen, so to see her as the innocent young girl in "Life With JG" had me very impressed upon my first two viewings.

Then, on Broadway, she really made an impact on me, so a month after seeing that, I decided to watch "Life With JG" once again. Her intensity as a singer and the obvious love of her audience was right there in the audio. I didn't even have to see her perform. Today, it is as fresh and memorable as ever. While not bad, McCardle resembled an older Shirley Temple more than she did Judy Garland, and the film suffers greatly because of that.

Because of this new film, "Rainbow" is probably almost forgotten, although it does exist in a rare video. Tammy Blanchard, on the other hand, is Judy the moment she appears in her blue navy outfit, rushing off to audition at MGM. Some people complain that Blanchard should have continued on with the role past the "Girl Crazy" shooting sequence, and considering that "Meet Me in St. Louis" was only a year later, it does make sense.

However, the introduction of Garland to Vincent Minnelli does represent the beginning of her adult years, and that is what probably motivated the producers to change actresses at this point. Blanchard's highlights are the revelation of her father's death, recreation of "The Wizard of Oz" sequences with a hysterical impersonation by the actor playing Bert Lahr's lion , as well as the breakdown she suffered upon learning of first love Artie Shaw's marriage to Lana Turner.

While some things could have been added, there were too many highlights of Garland's professional life to include here. Once Judy Davis takes over, we get to see where the more difficult and demanding star came into being. Even in spite of her notorious problems on sets and behind the curtain at her concerts, Garland remains lovable and human.

While there is the obvious element of tragedy her addiction and withdrawal from pills, suicide attempts, etc. Judy Davis does not do a female impersonator's Judy; She does a Judy Garland that does not even appear to be acting.

Marsha Mason really does justice to the role of Ethel Gumm, Judy's notorious stage mother who would give Mama Rose in "Gypsy" a run for her money. From the time we see Mason's Mama reacting to her husband's attraction for another man to her lack of grief at his death, then up to her banning from the MGM lot, Mason is terrific. She plays Mama as a broken down woman who has nothing else in her life but her daughter's success, and as we see her being pulled away from her life, we begin to feel her pain.

Victor Garber, playing a supposedly whitewashed Sid Luft, does a remarkable job. Even if Lorna left out some private details about her father, it is apparent that even with their divorce, he was still drawn in by Judy's emotional power.

That power was so intense that apparently total strangers were often drawn under Judy's magical spell. Like the recent popular Broadway show "Elaine Stritch at Liberty", "Life With Judy Garland" is the story of a woman who has a magical spell on her audience that often brought loneliness into their personal relationships. I compare Garland and Stritch, although Garland is more well known than Stritch, who mentioned her friendship with Garland in her show.

These complex women also share an amazing sense of humor about their own failings as people that never make them seem angry or overly bitter. Their humor, which could be bitter, does allow them to laugh at themselves, and is a valuable lesson in a hard society which makes us cynical before our time. Stories like this are important because they remind us not to ever take ourselves too seriously or forget the funny side of life.

I never thought I would be watching a minute biog on Judy Garland. I figure there was only one Garland and any TV biog attempt would result in a cheap imitation for pure sensationalism. Glad to report that I was wrong. It's all thanks to Judy Davis' mesmerizing performance as the legendary Garland. Miss Davis seemed to get inside Garland's skin and capture not only mannerisms an physical movements, but the spirit of this troubled legend. A brilliant performance, well supported by a fine cast, good writing based on the book by daughter Lorna Luft and excellent production values.

They knew he was coming, he said, and welcomed him in. It was Aboriginal people who taught him how to use sexual power for healing ceremonies, he claimed. There are no Aboriginal sexual healing ceremonies anywhere in Australia, as far as Dr.

Richard Davis, the acting manager of anthropology for the Central Land Council, which represents Aboriginal people in Central Australia, was aware. Garland said that his grandparents were Native American. He loved the book The Education of Little Tree , multiple women said, identifying with the protagonist, an orphan boy who is raised by his Cherokee grandparents.

The book, which was originally presented as an autobiography, was later exposed to be a literary hoax, and the author was outed as a Klansman and high-profile pro-segregationist. Cherokees do not practice any such ceremonies, a spokesperson for the Cherokee Nation told HuffPost. Over the course of the summer at Westwoods, Laura participated in many sex ceremonies that Garland claimed would help her heal spiritually, she said.

For one ceremony, he asked her to masturbate with a vibrator while he watched, she said. On another night, she had sex with him in the labyrinth while holding a crystal. When she expressed any reluctance, she said Garland would frame her apprehension as a spiritual shortcoming. She was too closed off, he told her. But when she participated, she said, she was commended for her personal growth. Instead, Laura did whatever Colin asked of her and was rewarded with further manipulative praise.

But as the summer wore on, she began to disassociate during sexual acts, she said, feeling as though she was detached from her body. Dissociation, often reported by sexual abuse victims, is a defense mechanism to survive a traumatic event. She hoped that the ceremonies were working. She had to be getting better, she told herself.

There was a part of her that even wanted to tell her friends what was going on. But Garland warned her that she had to be careful who she confided in, because others might view their time at the healing center skeptically, she said, and doubt would drain the pool of magic.

She talked, for example, about Garland having out-of-body experiences. Patrice tried to gently raise her concerns to Laura, questioning whether she and Garland might be sexually involved. No one would understand. In the car, she asked him if he knew anything about shamans, he recalled.

He tried to answer the question — explaining that shamans were a kind of healer — but he was puzzled about why she was asking.

He has claimed in messages to others that his relationships were consensual. Still, he seemed aware of how his interactions with young women, even if they were over 18, might be perceived.

Laura and one other woman told HuffPost that they went to the police to discuss their interactions with Garland years after their encounters with him. No charges were filed. States define sex crimes differently, weighing factors like age, force, consent, physical and mental capacity and impairment due to alcohol and drugs.

Running his own companies, Garland operated with few checks and balances. He thrived in spiritual communities and among open-minded people who may have been prone to trust his unusual claims with minimal skepticism.

The healing communities where Garland operated are now grappling with the allegations. Westwoods will continue its important mission as a place of healing and peace in spite of him.

In the 90s, Garland also lived and worked out of Earthlands, an environmental community in Petersham, Massachusetts. After a programming partner at Earthlands complained about Garland having an inappropriate relationship with her year-old daughter, he was asked to leave.

Now, looking back, Buell said he feels bad about not doing more. In more recent correspondence, Garland appears shaken by the accusations. I was so sure my teachings could help Laura and I sincerely with all my heart had the best of intentions. In October , a user posted on TripAdvisor asking if anyone had heard of Raven Adventures because their daughter had received information about a trip.

Her rat terrier was curled up in the van. She was quick to laugh and came across as strikingly self-sufficient, casually rattling off the ways she fixed up the van, with a tongue-and-groove cedar ceiling, a catalytic heater, a sink that drains out the floor, and an earlys Griswold cast iron stove. She finds solace in the outdoors, a coping skill she developed after her time with Garland.

She also noted stumps not far from the trail — trees intentionally cut down to prevent forest fires from spreading — and the blackened skeletons, where the fires had been. Once she began having panic attacks, she entered therapy. Laura still tries to actively warn other women about Garland. She and the other women have already made it difficult for him to operate trips in the future without scrutiny. Garland never thought she was special, she realizes now; she was just one of many women taken in by the same well-rehearsed story.

A Note On Reporting: They attended the same high school until While Melissa was not friends with Laura, she was, and remains, friends with her older sister. Another HuffPost reporter, Dana Liebelson, conducted all interviews with Laura and her family members. Tap here to turn on desktop notifications to get the news sent straight to you. Provided by Liz Colin Garland. Until they got older, and the spell wore off. Eagle feathers and sharing circles. Provided by Caitlin Colin Garland.

He seemed to have all the answers. Provided by Liz Liz, age 17, on a trip in Siberia. Elizabeth and Caitlin and Lauren and Michaela and, and Dissociate and feel nothing at all. Some in the community still support Garland. Salvation Army Crescent Ave.

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