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The Secret Diary of Sigmund Freud (1984)

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Young Sigmund Freud discovers the ultimate answer to all his patient's problems - hypnosis. Hilarity ensues.

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Dr. Max Bauer
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Emma Herrmann
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Mama Freud
Ferdy Mayne ...
Herr Herrmann (as Ferdinand Mayne)
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The Ultimate Patient
Nikola Simic ...
Papa Freud
Rade Markovic ...
Dr. Schtupmann
Stevo Zigon ...
Professor Eberhardt
Borivoje Stojanovic ...
Professor von Schmertz (as Bora Stojanovic)
Janez Vrhovec ...
Professor Gruber
Frankie LaPlaca ...
Young Siggy
Bisera Veletanlic ...
Frau Kuppermann
Predrag Ejdus ...
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Lots of energy, but it's all sorely misplaced
29 May 2005 | by (las vegas, nv) – See all my reviews

Dr. Freud discovers psychotherapy, hypnotism and free association--cribbing terms and ideas from his patients, girlfriend and mother along the way. Low-budget comedy is so clumsy and inept, it almost looks like a bad foreign film. It was a good idea to pair Bud Cort with Carol Kane--both run on the same type of irreverent energy--and Carroll Baker is a hoot as Freud's mother, but the biggest surprise is Marisa Berenson as a scheming patient of Freud's who turns every man into a paying customer(Berenson is just winging it here, but she's clearly relishing the opportunity to play a wicked vixen). The lighting and cinematography(if you can actually call it that)is so poor that the actors look chalky and pasty--deadly for a pseudo-bawdy comedy. It's hard to laugh when everyone looks so pallid.


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