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Allison Janney had seriously trained to become a figure skater throughout her childhood and adolescence. However, when she was 17, she accidentally walked into a sliding glass door and gravely injured her right leg. In 2014, during an interview on "Fresh Air," Janney told interviewer Terry Gross that her leg came close t being amputated. "I lost like three-quarters of my blood. I lost an artery and cut tendon....I was in the hospital for like seven--seven, eight weeks. I missed my first year of college. You know, and after that, of course, I didn't really--I didn't skate for a very long time." See more »
I mean, come on! What kind of friggin' person bashes in their friend's knee? Who would do that to a friend?
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I, Tonya is a *mockumentary* of Harding life & it left a bitter taste in my mouth. Should we start glamorizing & showing empathy to every criminal (regardless of their upbringing)? Is it appropriate to *mock* domestic violence and poor people in a condescending fashion? These are the questions I found myself asking after watching ''I, Tonya?''
Janney as LaVona steals the show as Harding's abusive & vulgar mother. She completely overshadows Robbie, who I felt was miscast even though she produced. Apart from the costume & scruffy hair, her transformation wasn't overly noticeable. I was seeing Robbie, not Harding.
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