Rentals include 30 days to start watching this video and 48 hours to finish once started. Learn more about Amazon Prime. Close Menu. Bazookas: American director Kristen Vermilyea has large breasts, neck pain, back pain and balance issues. Her decision to get a reduction triggers questions about identity, aging and bodies. Kristen departs on a series of wacky and humorous adventures before going under the knife. More purchase options. There's a problem loading this menu right now.
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I n , Kristen Vermilyea left her home in Portsmouth to follow her Hollywood dream. The first stop on her way to stardom was traditional: New York City. She had talent going for her, but success was certainly not a cinch. In an industry that values appearances, Vermilyea knew she had some advantages — natural beauty and a shapely body topped by a pair of very large breasts. But the same features that attracted attention from men and casting directors came with downsides. Her career blossomed and veered into writing and directing, but wherever she went, one thing was constant — the awareness that she was the largest-breasted woman in the room. In the months leading up to her surgery, Vermilyea directed a documentary on her journey, interviewing people on the streets of New York, California, Colorado, New England and her adopted home town of Zurich. With courage and wit she captured a host of unforgettable characters on tape and mined the quirky zeitgeist of the beauty-obsessed West in a one-hour film that is equal parts hilarious and serious. Post-surgery, her headaches have gone.
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