“Floyd’s Last Moment” starring Anthony Hopkins and Matthew Goody, which will be released on a small-scale release in New York and Los Angeles on December 22nd this year, and then in January next year in North America, according to reports from foreign media. The movie was completed by October 31st, Beijing time.
Matthew Brown directed Mark St., which was adapted from his play of the same name. Hopkins portrays Sigmund Freud, an Austrian psychiatrist, psychologist, and founder of psychoanalysis. He invited C.S. Lewis (also Goody) to debate the existence of God on the verge of World War II.
The film delves into the distinct bond between Freud and his bisexual daughter Anna, as well as the unusual affection between Lewis and her mother.
Born in Freiburg, Moravia, Austria to Jewish parents and later working in Vienna before relocating to London, England to escape the Nazi regime, Freud was an Austrian psychologist, psychoanalyst, philosopher, founder of psychoanalysis, and one of the most influential thinkers during the 20th century.
Freud, who is considered the father of psychoanalysis by many historians, authored several works including “Analysis of Dreams”, “Three Essays on Sexology”, and “Totem and Taboo”. His theories included the subconscious, self-centeredness, superego, Idyllemerism, desire, and psychological defense mechanisms.
I’ve been reading “,:20” and it appears to be more than just a title.