On the set, David Schwimmer was playing doctor. Dressed in a wide tie and goldenrod lab coat for this scene, he was giving a potential patient the soft sell on silicone implants:. You can go in through the crease, which is under the breast, through the nipple or under the arm.
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Schwimmer, in fact, is the real surprise. Film opens in in Houston, where Kevin Saunders Schwimmer is a struggling medical resident with idealistic dreams of making a difference in his field. Feeling unchallenged, he sees what Dr. Michael De-Bakey is doing in creating the artificial heart.
Kevin Saunders David Schwimmer is the good guy. He invented modern breast-augmentation surgery only for the good of humankind, always advocated saline over silicone, and if he became a disgusting, cocaine-snorting, gold-chain-wearing poor man's Hefner with bunny types around the pool at his 30,square-foot house, that was only because he'd been through so much. William Larson Chris Cooperyou see, takes credit for Kevin's feels-like-the-real-thing implant and pockets all the royalties.
Magazine article Newsweek. So he went to HBO with an idea he pitched as "a sort of 'Tucker' with breasts," which he would research and write. Given the cable channel's unwavering commitment to female toplessness, you can imagine how long it took them to say yes.
Kevin Saunders played by David Schwimmer and Dr. William Larson played by Chris Cooper pioneer the usage of silicone breast implants. Saunders and Larson gain immense financial success as cosmetic breast augmentation surgeries rise in acceptance and frequency in American culture, but follow different life paths thereafter: Dr.
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