This film admits one to a private world that few were privileged to enter. It is based on the historic pictures taken by Edmund Engelman, just before Freud fled to England to escape Nazi harassment.
Freud had created an extraordinary environment at 19 Berggasse that enriched and stimulated him as he worked. As we tour this birthplace of psychoanalysis, we see his famous couch and book-lined study just as his patients and colleagues saw it over 50 years ago. The highlight of the film is Freud's collection of antiquities and the parallel drawn between his interest in archaeology and his own explorations into the past.
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