Summary: Like a good volume of biography or history, this is the type of movie that will send interested viewers in search of more information about these intriguing characters. Not the biggest fan of Keira Knightley, but thought she was believably hysterical in this and it's hard to go wrong with Fassbender...
Summary: It's always difficult to review a movie based on psychology because sometimes what's difficult to understand is too easily categorized as illogical or bad execution.I heard so much criticism towards the last movie by Cronenberg.I completely disagree with those bad reactions.
Excerpt: "Sometimes you have to do something unforgivable just to be able to go on living!" This is a thought-provoking and often disturbing film that takes a look at the intense relationship that developed between Dr.
Excerpt: I think for the viewer it is going to mostly boils down to if you like Keira Knightley's performance or not, as I think it is of utmost importance to the pleasure of the film. The set and costumes are great. I do love Michael Fassbender and he is mostly very straight faced and a serious Carl Jung.
Excerpt: Cronenberg has been release one solid film after another lately. PQ/AQ is top notch and the supplements are more than satisfactory. I saw this one in the theater, but man does it shine on blu!
Summary: Carl Jung discovers the condition of Sabina Spielrein, a patient that had an affair with him. Freud publishes new theories and discusses with Jung about Sabina. Knightley was impressive, unfortunately the 2 male leads could not be said the same.
Summary: With such good prospects : Freud at the beginning of his clash with a conservative society and David Cronenberg who has been on ice for some time one would think that we would get some good food for thought and some good jolts of eeriness.
Summary: Probably better named 'A Dangerous Jawline', the film itself I found to be rather hampered by Keira Knightly and her performance which I just could not buy into at all. In the first instance I felt she was trying too hard, and later down the line I found myself wondering what accent she was trying...