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‘I, Tonya’ is the biopic we kneed right now

In a season when women began telling their abuse stories en masse, Margot Robbie lands a perfectly timed triple-axel of a performance as Tonya Harding, famed figure-skater-turned-national-joke. Profane, darkly funny, violent and tragic, Craig Gillespie’s unconventional biopic chronicles the uber-American story of an Olympic competitor who shot to notoriety after being implicated in the 1994 kneecapping of her rival, Nancy Kerrigan. It also gives long-lacking context to Harding’s rough-edged, awkward persona: a backdrop of relentless domestic violence. see also Margot Robbie didn't believe Tonya Harding's story was real ...