boring, talking heads
This could have been interesting. The fact that people still practice psychoanalysis - even in a non-traditional form - could have invited questions about whether, for example, they have explained to their patients that other forms of psychotherapy might be less expensive and equally effective. But the questions asked by the interviewer seemed mostly naive, like, "Do you lie to your patients?" The analysts were not politicians or professors, who have learned to take a dull question and turn it into something they want to answer. For the most part, they simply answered. There were clever features of this movie, but it could not keep me awake. It was mostly talking heads, in a world of abstractions.
- Apr 12, 2004
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