Being naked was nerve-racking, says Helen Hunt

ANI
7 January 2013

London, Jan 7 (ANI): Helen Hunt who plays a sex surrogate in her new movie 'The Sessions,' spends much of her screen time "utterly naked."

Hunt, who plays Cheryl Cohen Greene in the flick, said that her jaw dropped at the prospect, the Daily Mail reported.

She helps journalist and poet Mark O'Brien - played by John Hawkes - who was paralysed with polio, lose his virginity.

She added that she didn't care about what people think of her body, as she cared more about being part of a "beautiful story."

However, she does say that being naked was nerve-racking because you can always think of some way in which your body should be different. (ANI)

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