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Topic - helen hunt
"Decoding Annie Parker," based on a true story, is an often uneasy, yet sentimental and witty tale of two women, one a cancer patient and the other a geneticist.
The oddball romance "Silver Linings Playbook" was named best picture Saturday at the Spirit Awards honoring independent film, Hollywood's last pre-game show before the Academy Awards.
The Award Season Express made its first stop of the new year in the middle of the desert a couple hours east of Hollywood at the annual Palm Springs International Film Festival gala.
Of all the movies ever made about a man's quest to lose his virginity, "The Sessions" may be the oddest and the sweetest.
"I will be eating breakfast and getting dressed," Hunt said of her day at the Oscars, where she previously won as best actress for "As Good as It Gets." "I don't have any plans, but I'm going to put a dress on."
"It is a Cinderella story when it is a tiny movie made by a director who hasn't had a movie in a long time, produced by his wife, paid for by friends and family," Hunt said. "For that kind of movie to be talked about next to all these big fancy movies, that's a real testament to what the director did."