A Dangerous MethodDVD - 2012
"Perhaps Cronenberg's most transgressive movie yet..."--Washington Post
"A satisfying drama of historical speculation..."--Michael Phillips
A dark tale of sexual and intellectual discovery. Carl Jung has just begun his psychiatric career, having been inspired by the great Sigmund Freud. When a mysterious and beautiful woman goes under Jung's care, Jung finds himself crossing the line of the doctor/patient relationship, causing great conflict with his mentor and making Jung question his own morality in the process.
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Carl Jung: Sometimes you have to do something unforgivable... just to be able to go on living.
Sigmund Freud: Experiences like this, however painful, are necessary and inevitable; without them, how can we know life?
Otto Gross: It seems to me the measure of the true perversity of the human race, that one of its very few reliably pleasurable activities should be the subject of so much hysteria and repression.
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."
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..."
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?"
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