A Dangerous Method
The relationship between fledgling psychiatrist Carl Jung and his mentor Sigmund Freud is torn apart when Sabina Spielrein, a troubled but beautiful young woman, comes between them and forever changes the face of modern thought.
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Release date: Mar. 6, 2012.
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Carl Jung: "So you're... not a believer in monogamy..." Otto Gross: "For a neurotic like myself, I can't possibly imagine a more stressful concept." Carl Jung: "And you don't find it necessary, or... desirable to exercise some restraint, as a contribution, say, to the smooth function of civilization." Otto Gross: "What - and make myself ill?"
Sabina Spielrein (to Carl Jung): "There's no hope for me... I'm vile and... filthy and, corrupt... I must... I must never be let out of here..."
Professor Bleuler: "Miss Spielrein?" Sabina Spielrein (cackling in muddy pond): "Herr Director." Professor Bleuler: "I feel you may have a little too much time on your hands. I'm a great believer in getting our patients involved in some productive work. What are your particular interests?" Sabina Spielrein: "Suicide. Interplanetary travel."
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