CAKE
2014, Cinelou Films, 91 min, USA, Dir: Daniel Barnz

Claire Simmons (Jennifer Aniston) lives in chronic pain - and none too pleasantly; her abrasive anger has driven virtually everyone out of her life except for housekeeper Silvana (Adriana Barraza). But the suicide of a fellow chronic-pain sufferer (Anna Kendrick) shakes Claire to the core, and in trying to understand the death of a woman she barely knew, she may finally come to grips with her own life.


TRUST ME
2013, Starz Digital Media, 90 min, USA, Dir: Clark Gregg

THE AVENGERS’ Clark Gregg directs and stars as former child actor Howard Holloway, who now represents young performers - at least the ones not stolen away by rival agent Aldo Shocklee (Sam Rockwell). Holloway thinks he’s hit the jackpot when an unsigned teen actress (Saxon Sharbino, in a breakout performance) about to land a major role enlists his services … but things aren’t always what they seem in Hollywood. This dark comedy boasts an outstanding ensemble cast, including Felicity Huffman, Allison Janney, William H. Macy, Amanda Peet and Molly Shannon.


THE SESSIONS
2012, Fox Searchlight Pictures, 95 min, USA, Dir: Ben Lewin

Starring Helen Hunt in her Oscar nominated role for Best Supporting Actress and Academy Award nominees John Hawkes and William H. Macy, THE SESSIONS is a triumphant true story about love, sex, desire...and making every breath count. Paralyzed and confined to an iron lung since childhood, poet-journalist Mark O’Brien (Hawkes) has overcome adversity time and time again. But now, at age 38, he faces his toughest challenge yet: losing his virginity. With the help of a beautiful therapist (Hunt), a sympathetic priest (Macy), and his own unbridled sense of optimism and humor, Mark embarks on an extraordinary personal journey to discover the wondrous pleasures that make life worth living.


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