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Shania: A Life in Eight Albums (2005)

Subtitled, "A Life In Eight Albums", "Shania" is the story of the early years of struggle and triumph of music sensation Shania Twain.

Director:

Jerry Ciccoritti

Writer:

Shelley Eriksen
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Meredith Henderson ... Eilleen Shania Twain
Shenae Grimes-Beech ... Eilleen 13-16 yrs. (as Shenae Grimes)
Reva Timbers Reva Timbers ... Eilleen 8-11 yrs.
Megan Follows ... Sharon Twain
Eric Schweig ... Jerry Twain
Lynne Cormack Lynne Cormack ... Mary Baily
Darrell Dennis ... John Kim Bell
Gordon Tootoosis ... Greey Twain
Katie Boland ... Jill, 13-24 yrs.
Caroline Sura Caroline Sura ... Carrie Anne 10-13 yrs.
Courtenay Betts Courtenay Betts ... Carrie Anne, 16-21 yrs.
Adam Cabral Adam Cabral ... Mark, 5-8 yrs.
Devon Bostick ... Mark, 14 yrs.
Aydan James Taylor Aydan James Taylor ... Darryl, 5-7 yrs
Chevez Ezaneh ... Darryl, 8-13 yrs.
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Subtitled, "A Life In Eight Albums", "Shania" is the story of the early years of struggle and triumph of music sensation Shania Twain.

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Taglines:

On her way.

Genres:

Biography | Drama | Music

Certificate:

PG | See all certifications »
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Country:

Canada

Language:

English

Release Date:

7 November 2005 (Canada) See more »

Also Known As:

Shania See more »

Filming Locations:

Sudbury, Ontario, Canada

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Color:

Color
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A disappointment
3 July 2012 | by tim_d_wagnerSee all my reviews

I found this movie's title to be very misleading. Rather than A Life in Eight Albums I saw Eilleen: The early years. Less a story and more a poorly assembled collection of glimpses that the viewer is roughly shoved through. Many simplified and stereotyped. It comes across as an unsophisticated low budget attempt to show moments from the story of the woman who will become Shania. The film hops and drags through the first hour. While it does move better towards the end, it is not a significant improvement. It's occasionally hard to follow what is happening or who people are unless you have some familiarity with her early life already. Hard to stick it out to the end. A few of the acting performances are good, but few are consistent. The sound is of decent quality, but the music used is basic and repetitive.


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