25.01.2012 [The Guardian] - ... the impact on his marriage, how Spielrein shuttled between Jung and SigmundFreud – the two narcissistic oligarchs of the early psychoanalytic world (a compelling emblem of the belittlement of women's role in intellectual endeavour, then and now).
20.01.2012 [Den Of Geek] - Nevertheless, concluding there wouldn't be in keeping with the studies of SigmundFreud and Carl Jung who'd both urge a psychoanalytical approach, delving deeper beneath the surface to extract repressed truths. All wrapped up in anticipation for A
07.01.2012 [The Independent] - Knightley plays Sabina Spielrein, a forgotten pioneer in the history of psychoanalysis but one who knew both Carl Jung and SigmundFreud. At the very start of the film, we see Sabina being carried (kicking and screaming) into the asylum where she
17.01.2012 [GlobalComment.com] - Mortensen plays SigmundFreud alongside Michael Fassbender's Carl Jung charting the birth of psychoanalysis, their friendship, and eventual battle over ideas and Jung's patient Sabina played by Keira Knightly. Knightly easily holds her own against two