Naomi Watts plays a Manhattan therapist who veers off the rails. She has a rich lawyer husband (Billy Crudup), a young daughte and a placid life on the surface. Like any idealistic shrink, she's scrupulous about staying on the right side of every boundary, saying in her soothing tones, "I'm not your friend – I'm your therapist." And she's totally uptight: When a patient remarks, "Your office is so corporate," she replies, "Thank you." But the more she listens to strangers tell their stories about sex and drugs and violence, the more she starts itching to walk on the wild side. And with 50 Shades of Grey director Sam Taylor-Johnson on board, there's a good chance that Watts will find the other side of the mirror too seductive to resist. The erotic-thriller veneer of Gypsy gets a welcome boost by reworking the Stevie Nicks classic into the theme song – and the goddess Brenda Vaccaro as a meddlesome patient.