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Somewhere today you met Freud  - do you know where?  Ladies and gentlemen, please welcome: Sigmund Freud!

Freud More Alive Than Dead

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More Alive Than Dead - Trailer

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The Interviewees
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Stephen Tobolowsky
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Jeanne S. M. Willette
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Avshalom Elitzur
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Horacio Etchegoyen

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Abel Mario Fainstein
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“PsychoMigrations”

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About PsychoMigrations
Horacio Cardo, a world known illustrator, published a book and put up an exhibition, both named PsychoMigrations, with the theme being denouncing Freud and psychoanalysis.

Wandering through his exhibition in Buenos Aires, Argentina, I was stunned by his powerful, impressive, intense, daring, surprising, unique and titillating works of art. It became clear that he, Horacio Cardo, shatters, in his works and words, the world, personal and professional, of Freud. The exhibition, says Horacio, was a task that demanded courage as Buenos Aires leads the world in the number of patients and practitioners of psychoanalysis. Both Horacio and his art are daring, surprising, impressive. Filmed in his studio - he shares with the viewer his thoughts, methods, point of view and works.

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