Washington (ANI): Actress Helen Hunt was so apprehensive that she would seem too bossy in her directorial debut that she took on the lead role herself. Academy-award winning actress has co-written, directed and also starred in the movie Then She Found Me. She admitted that she took the part because she was afraid that no other star would have put up with her demands.
"I had 27 days to make the movie, and I literally don't think I could have made it with another actress in the part." Contactmusic.com quoted her, as saying. "I couldn't have made her work all night and not sleep. I couldn't have made her change in the middle of the street and run to the next location. And I didn't have time to explain the movie to more than one person in each scene," she said. Helen confesses that working both the sides of camera permitted her to spend less time frantically instructing actors.