The Secret Diary of Sigmund Freud (1984)


This fictional biography of Sigmund Freud features the pioneering Austrian psychoanalyst’s days as a young man. Squeamish at the sight of blood, Freud opts out of medical school, and eventually develops his theories of psychoanalysis, even finding an “ultimate patient” to test his innovative ideas on. Later, Freud develops a relationship with nurse Martha Bernays, who is not shy about her feelings for the renowned thinker.

Director: Danford B. Greene.
Writers: Linda Howard (screenplay), Roberto Mitrotti (screenplay).
Stars: Bud Cort, Carol Kane, Klaus Kinski, Marisa Berenson, Carroll Baker, Ferdy Mayne, Janez Vrhovec, Dick Shawn, Nikola Simic, Rade Markovic, Stevo Zigon, Borivoje Stojanovic, Janez Vrhovec, Bisera Veletanlic, Frankie LaPlaca, Predrag Ejdus, Milorad Kalanj, Mikica.
Composers: Vojislav Borisavljevic (as V. Boris).
Cinematographer: Djordje Nikolic (as George Nikolic).


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