Freud shocks the world by exposing peoples' true feelings about their parents. He also explores the role dreams play in our lives and their hidden meanings. From "Biography:... - 09.05.2007, USBiography
30.12.2011 [The Week UK] - Director David Cronenberg revisits his favourite theme of body horror in an analysis of the complex relationship between psychologists SigmundFreud and Carl Jung. Vigo Mortensen as Freud struggles with his disciple Jung (Michael Fassbender) over the
23.12.2011 [CTV.ca] - They may finally see that happen with "A Dangerous Method," Cronenberg's masterful drama about psychiatrist Carl Jung (Michael Fassbender) and his mentor, SigmundFreud (Viggo Mortensen). Fassbender and Mortensen turn in wonderful performances as
21.12.2011 [Yorkshire Post] - ... occasional readers of Dickens is how much his acuity in observation of human behaviour impressed his peers, including fellow writer and close friend Wilkie Collins, and those who came a little later, such as father of psychoanalysis SigmundFreud.
20.12.2011 [Evening Standard] - At SigmundFreud's consulting room in Hampstead, she captured the claustrophobia of the carpet patterns by blurring the background and sharpened the foreground to suggest the mental focus demanded by the couch. The Pilgrimage (and eponymous book
I am actually not at all a man of science, not an observer, not an experimenter, not a thinker. I am by temperament nothing but a conquistador — an adventurer, if you want it translated — with all the curiosity, daring, and tenacity characteristic of a man of this sort. - Letter to Wilhelm Fliess, Feb. 1, 1900. The Complete Letters of SigmundFreud to Wilhelm Fliess 1887-1904 (1985). - Ich bin nämlich gar kein Mann der Wissenschaft, kein Beobachter, kein Experimentator, kein Denker. Ich bin nichts als ein Conquistadorentemperament, ein Abenteurer, wenn Du es übersetzt willst, mit der Neugierde, der Kühnheit und der Zähigkeit eines solchen.
07.12.2011 [CTV.ca] - The top pictures include Cronenberg's look at the turbulent relationship between Carl Jung and his mentor SigmundFreud in "A Dangerous Method," Maddin's surreal gangsters-meets-ghost story "Keyhole," Polley's study of a marriage in decline in "Take