Gypsy Now available on Netflix In the Netflix drama “Gypsy,” Oscar nominee Naomi Watts plays a therapist with boundary issues. After hearing her patients’ confidences, Jean Holloway (Watts) leaves her Manhattan office and introduces herself to the people her clients have been talking about. Such as one young man’s ex-girlfriend. In some cases, Holloway uses...
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