A tale of two women, Jemima, who attempted to kill her boyfriend and her troubled psychologist, Victoria. Session by session the minds of the two women transfuse and they are transported to...
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A tale of two women, Jemima, who attempted to kill her boyfriend and her troubled psychologist, Victoria. Session by session the minds of the two women transfuse and they are transported to a world that will bring forth a terrifying and dormant connection.Written by
An unique,passionate and highly compelling ode to Ingmar Bergman.
"Sessions of the Mind" is certainly different than previous installments of "Jemima" trilogy.This time a female serial killer Jemima no longer reminds me strong-willed persona from "Dating Is Murder" and "Photographic Trophy".She is weak and lost in the world of lies and confusion.She is silent and defeated.But her psychiatrist Victoria is full of pain and agony too.Both women share painful memories with each other and this results in a strange and sinister connection."Sessions of the Mind" easily transcends the genre.It's a visual poetry of the highest order.The film is filled with surreal images and dream sequences in which it is very difficult to distinguish between illusion and reality.I can't say that I fully understood "Sessions of the Mind".The final part of "Jemima" trilogy demands many repeated viewings.Some poetically realized images are truly powerful and striking.10 out of 10.A profound journey into human psyche!
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