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Watch The Sessions online Though the film samples a fair amount of O’Brien’s poetry, it was actually inspired by his article “On Seeing a Sex Surrogate.” Still, it’s one thing to write about one’s own experiences and quite another to translate them to screen without coming across as patronizing, tacky or just plain schmaltzy. Lewin, an experienced Polish-Australian helmer who has mostly recovered from a similarly debilitating case of childhood polio, deserves credit for striking just the right tonal balance, reinforced by Geoffrey Simpson’s gorgeously lit camerawork and Marco Beltrami’s tenderly understated score. Watch The Sessions online But performances are paramount in a film like this, and Hawkes works some kind of miracle despite the self-evident physical limitations of the role. His voice captures O’Brien’s unbeatable spirit as well as the sheer physical challenge of breathing, while his face is an open book to the man’s innermost hopes and fears. Hunt and Macy are similarly at the top of their game, underplaying the sentiment in favor of capturing the deeper humanity of their respective characters.Watch The Sessions onlineWatch The Sessions online  Playing O’Brien allows us to see another side of Hawkes, one possibly closer to his real nature, but it’s surprising how much charm and personality he can exude using only his body from the neck up. It’s also such a different role from the powerful and imposing figures Hawkes became known for after playing Teadrop in Winter’s Bone and the cult leader Patrick from last year’s Martha Marcy May Marlene.Given that it’s based on the true story of a man with polio who spends most of his time in an iron lung, Watch The Sessions online“The Sessions” is not as painfully heavy-handed as it might sound. And given that it’s about this man’s nervous attempts to lose his virginity at age 38, it’s also not as obnoxiously wacky as it might sound.

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