Freud’s Last Session12A

Directed by Matt Brown | UK | 2023 | 1h 49m | Starring Anthony Hopkins, Matthew Goode, Liv Lisa Fries, Jodi Balfour, Jeremy Northam

On the eve of the Second World War, the aging Sigmund Freud receives a visit from celebrated author and Oxford don C.S. Lewis. As the storm clouds of war gather over Europe, these two great minds of the 20th-century engage in a profound debate about the future of mankind and the existence of God. Starring Matthew Goode and two-time Oscar winner Anthony Hopkins, this thought-provoking drama is adapted from Mark St. Germain’s award-winning stage play.

‘So many movies are either mindless or completely disinterested with engaging the intellect of their audiences that “Freud’s Last Session” offers a welcome bit of brain stimulation’
Peter Debruge, Variety

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