What people don't know about Holly

From her earliest student shorts, repressed sexual desire has been a consistent undercurrent in the New Zealander's work. The development of Harvey Keitel's sexual obsession with Holly Hunter in The Piano, culminating in the scene where he strokes her skin through a hole in her stocking, is exemplary. Tags: anxiety, binge eating, Bloomington, break-ups, Chicago, Christianity, closure, crying, depression, erotic massage, escorts, fathers and daughters, God, grief, Holly Hunter, Intimacy, Jera Brown, Living Out Loud, mothers and daughters, relationships, religion, Sex, sexuality, shame, therapist, therapy.



Their arousal is heightened by discussing the intimate details of their extramarital sex. While driving home from work late one night, Ballard's car collides head-on with another, killing its male passenger. While trapped in the fused wreckage, the driver, Dr. Helen Remington (Holly Hunter), wife of the dead passenger. Tags: anxiety, binge eating, Bloomington, break-ups, Chicago, Christianity, closure, crying, depression, erotic massage, escorts, fathers and daughters, God, grief, Holly Hunter, Intimacy, Jera Brown, Living Out Loud, mothers and daughters, relationships, religion, Sex, sexuality, shame, therapist, therapy.


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