Spielrain's psychological problems are deeply rooted in her childhood and violent father. Sabrina is young, beautiful and highly intelligent, but has been damaged by her difficult childhood with a violent father. Their conversations lead the married Jung to begin a sexual relationship with Sabina. Jung is able to uncover the reasons for Sabina's psychological problems, she who is an aspiring physician herself. In 1904, Jung begins treatment of the hysterical, twitching Sabina Spielrein Keira Knightley in a mental hospital. Sigmund Freud's talking cure with some of his patients. The film marks the third consecutive and overall collaboration between Cronenberg and Viggo Mortensen after A History of Violence and Eastern Promises.
Both men fall under Sabina's spell. This historical drama explores the relationship between early psychology pioneer Dr. Now Playing at the New York Film Festival Seduced by the challenge of an impossible case, the driven Dr. Those relationships are also affected by Freud's unbending views of psychoanalysis and its use, by Sabina's growing self-awareness of what drives her emotionally, regardless of their negative root causes, and by Emma's feelings of guilt over not being able to produce a male heir for her husband. A deep rift develops between them when Jung diverges from Freud's belief that while psychoanalysis can reveal the cause of psychological problems it cannot cure the patient. In this latter role, Jung employs her to work in his own research, which often includes him and his wife Emma as test subjects.
Storyline: Suffering from hysteria, Sabina Spielrein is hospitalized under the care of Dr. He begins to use the information in the ongoing professional debate between the men, and the rift between them grows. Filming began in 26 May and ended 24 July 2010. The married Jung and Spielrein eventually become lovers. Jung uses those theories for the first time as part of his treatment of Sabina Spielrein, a young Russian woman brought to his care. Production The film was produced by Britain's Recorded Picture Company, with Germany's Lago Film and Canada's Prospero Film acting as co-producers. Jung is eventually able to meet Freud himself, they, based on their enthusiasm, who develop a friendship driven by their lengthy philosophical discussions on psychoanalysis.
Actions by Jung based on his discussions with another patient, a fellow psychoanalyst named Otto Gross, lead to fundamental changes in Jung's relationships with Freud, Sabina and Emma. At the same time, Freud and Jung begin to differ on psychological theory, particularly on the role of libido and religion on human behavior. She is highly intelligent however and hopes to be a doctor, eventually becoming a psychiatrist in her own right. After developing groundbreaking theories about human behavior and the practice of psychoanalysis, Dr. Christoph Waltz was initially cast as Sigmund Freud, but was replaced by Viggo Mortensen due to a scheduling conflict. . The film will be featured at Toronto's 2011 International Film Festival.
In the early twentieth century, Zurich-based Carl Jung is a follower in the new theories of psychoanalysis of Vienna-based Sigmund Freud, who states that all psychological problems are rooted in sex. Freud eventually hears about the secret affair between Sabina and Jung, through his sessions with her. She is obviously troubled despite her assertions that she is not crazy. The screenplay was adapted by Academy Award-winning writer Christopher Hampton from his 2002 stage play The Talking Cure, itself based on the 1993 non-fiction book by John Kerr, A Most Dangerous Method. A look at how the intense relationship between Carl Jung and Sigmund Freud gives birth to psychoanalysis. Sabina aspired to become a psychoanalyst herself, and begins therapy with Freud.
Jung's weapon is the method of his master, the renowned Sigmund Freud Viggo Mortensen. Freud has become the preeminent expert on treating the human mind at the beginning of the 20th century. This is also the third Cronenberg film made with British film producer Jeremy Thomas, after completing together the William Burroughs adaptation Naked Lunch and the J. A Dangerous Method is an upcoming historical film directed by David Cronenberg and starring Viggo Mortensen, Michael Fassbender, Keira Knightley and Vincent Cassel. Carl Jung who has begun using Dr.
Jung and Freud develop an almost father-son relationship with Freud seeing the young Jung as his likely successor as the standard-bearer of his beliefs. Sabina begins her own psychiatric career, and adds her perspective to each of their later psychological philosophies. Sigmund Freud Viggo Mortenson and his protégé, Dr. Otto Gross Vincent Cassel , a psychiatrist who is now a patient. Locations and facilities were used in Vienna, Zürich, Konstanz, Cologne and Berlin. Freud advises Jung to speak to Dr. .
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