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You were really and truly inside me," Helen Hunt's sex surrogate Cheryl assures her client, 36-year-old Mark O'Brien (John Hawkes), a poet and journalist confined to an iron lung after contracting polio as a child, who doesn't want to die a virgin.
If truth, as they say, is stranger than fiction, sometimes it's also more compelling. In their new film, "The Sessions," costars John Hawkes and Helen Hunt found plenty of inspiration in their characters' real-life counterparts: the late Mark O'Brien,
John Hawkes can express more with just his face than most actors can convey with their whole body. Certainly the actor is generating serious Oscar buzz for his spellbinding turn as paralyzed Berkeley poet Mark O'Brien in the new movie "The Sessions."
India has become a medical tourism destination for fertility treatment and surrogacy among both childless Western and Indian couples from around the world. But according to researchers, surrogate mothers still face discrimination over their caste,
Cloud Atlas Cramming the six busy storylines of David Mitchell's wildly ambitious novel into just three hours the average reader might have thought at least 12 would be required this impressive adaptation directed (in separate parts) by Tom Twyker (
One sure way to tell that "The Sessions" is bound to be an exceptional movie is that the subject of it sounds like nothing anyone would want to see. The story of a man in an iron lung who decides that he wants to experience sex could not have gotten
October 25, 2012 Caste and religion are also key factors while renting wombs: study Beautiful and fair words traditionally synonymous with brides are being used for renting a womb. For, not only are healthy, beautiful, fair and higher caste or
PDT 10/22/2012 by Jordan Zakarin Fox Searchlight The Oscar nominee transforms entirely, taking on the role of a disabled man looking to lose his virginity. John Hawkes is not paralyzed, and it has him a little bit worried. For his latest out-of-
Helen Hunt and John Hawkes in 'The Sessions.' We sat down with the cast and crew of the new movie making quite the buzz about sex surrogacy. After the screening of The Sessions , the Independent film that was highly admired at the Sundance Film
Briefly, Deadwood , Eastbound & Down and the 2011 Oscars, where he was up for Best Supporting Actor for Winter's Bone ...Two, it's got killer roles for its stars, always important come the Screen Actors Guild Awards. Three, it's just got something an