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Interview: Hunt, Helen -- THE SESSIONS

Hunt, Helen -- THE SESSIONS

Helen Hunt -- THE SESSIONS

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I spoke to Helen Hunt on October 5, 2012, and the obvious question was about whether or not being unclothed before a camera ever feels normal. She was good-natured about answering, and went on to talk about the trepidations she did and didn't have about accepting the role of Cheryl Cohen-Greene, the sex-surrogate who helped Mark O'Brien, a polio survivor living for the most part in an iron lung, discover his sexual identity. We went on to discuss the unexpectedly spiritual side of film that is bold, frank, and direct about sex, as well as Hunt's prolific life on the other side of the camera.

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