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Maggie Gyllenhaal's hysterical new film

Hollywood actress Maggie Gyllenhaal is to star in a film about the invention of the vibrator.

    <b>Maggie Gyllenhaal</b>: Unlike her younger brother, she made it all the way through Columbia University and gained a degree in literature
    <b>Maggie Gyllenhaal</b>: Unlike her younger brother, she made it all the way through Columbia University and gained a degree in literature

    Hollywood actress Maggie Gyllenhaal is to star in a film about the invention of the vibrator.

    In the upcoming film Hysteria, the Jewish actress will play the daughter of a doctor whose specialty is curing women of hysteria – in an unorthodox fashion.

    The script is based on a true story, and follows a love affair between her character and one of her father’s assistants.

    The Crazy Heart actress will also be returning to musical cinema in a biopic of the life of bluegrass musician Bill Monroe.

    Her real-life husband Peter Sarsgaard will play the singer, while she will play his longtime love Bessie Lee Mauldin.

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