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Helen Hunt turns Director

HelenHunt.jpgHelen Hunt turns director with Then She Found Me, based on a novel by Elinor Lipman, which will be premiering at the Toronto International Film Festival this September.

We get this from Yahoo News:

The movie stars Hunt as a New York City schoolteacher whose commonplace life suddenly grows complicated after her husband (Matthew Broderick) leaves her, the mother (Bette Midler) she never knew comes into her life, and she begins a relationship with a student's father (Colin Firth).

If we look at Helen Hunt's career graph, she seems to have a pretty steady foot in the industry. With acting for TV from the age of ten and over a decade working in Film, it would only make sense that she'd have also learnt a thing or two about other aspects of production.

What are your thoughts, are you looking forward to this?
Do you have faith in actor's turning director?

Written by Ramchandra, edited by Louise



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