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When Nietzsche Wept
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When Nietzsche Wept 2007


In 19th-century Vienna, Dr. Josef Breuer (Ben Cross) and his protégé Sigmund Freud (Jamie Elman) employ a new method of "talk therapy" on a penniless, depressed philosopher named Friedrich Nietzsche (Armand Assante). Based on the award-winning novel by psychotherapist Irvin D. Yalom, the romantic drama explores the gripping stories behind these influential men, as well as the women who shaped their lives.

Release Date:August 2nd, 2007
Running Time:107 minutes
Directed By:
No image existsPinchas Perry
Written By:
No image existsPinchas Perry
No image existsIrvin D. Yalom
Starring:
Armand AssanteArmand Assante
No image existsAndreas Beckett
Ben CrossBen Cross
No image existsRachel O'Meara
No image existsJoanna Pacula
No image existsKatheryn Winnick
No image existsMichal Yannai
No image existsAyana Haviv
No image existsJamie Elman
No image existsAyana Haviv

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When Nietzsche Wept Movie Review by Movie Addict (8/9/2008)

Josef Breuer and Sigmund Freud did work together and they did collaborate on a book about Anna O, who was most likely Bertha. Lou Salome did have relationships with Nietzsche and Freud and many others. All of these things are true.

But, Breuer did not treat Nietzsche. That is in the author's (Irvin D. Yalom) imagination,...

(complete When Nietzsche Wept review by Movie Addict)



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