A Dangerous Method Synopsis
Dr. Carl Jung treats Sabina, a beautiful and unbalanced patient, using the methods of Sigmund Freud.
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A Dangerous Fiction

By One-in-Many-in-One
Ranks up there with "Holy Smoke" as one of the most unwatchable films,says my grown son. The dialog was bad, the scene selection was bad, the editing was as bad as we've seen in a studio-produced...

A Dangerous Method

By shermnpat
I'm a mental health professional and went to see this with another MH pro and my husband. The movie improved much as it worked itself toward the middle and end. Certainly an unrealistic portrait of...

BORING movie

By SineWave
Although the theme is supposed to be "sex," and Keira has tried her best in the role, this movie is merely one BORING conversation after another. The sex scenes are barely PG rated. There is not...

A Dangerous Method

By subabe
For all of the film's Merchant Ivory production values and imaginative cinematography, the end result was as deeply felt and emotionally wrenching as watching paint dry or sitting still for 109...

A Dangerous Method is Excellent

By rundeep
As a psychotherapist, I felt like I was derelict in not knowing this snippet of our professional history. The movie was very well done and the visuals were luxuriant. Certainly, most of us have...

A Perfect Film

By newbeck
If you're looking for the standard Hollywood conventions that have hijacked the film industry, you won't find them here. This is a beautifully crafted, deep and visually stunning story of the three...


By ianswan37
I was hoping very much to find this an engaging film. I studio Jung and Freud and was hoping for some sort of compelling story. Instead, I was delivered a three course snoozer. Kiera overacts,...

Very disappointing

By arthouse_snobbery
I was waiting for this film to come out for some time but once I went to see it, I couldn't wait for it to be over. It was one of those films where you walk in and after the first 10 minutes of...

A dangerous method

By Mr Film Freak
While some others went to happy hour right after work I chose to watch a film on Sigmund Freud (Played wonderfully by Viggo Mortensen) and his reluctant protege Carl Jung. A story layered by...

Some Things About Notable Figures Should Remain Unknown.

By Al P
This was an extraordinarily melancholy film, bursting with angst and "ham-like" over-the-top acting. It wasn't so much so as to be comical though, as that would have been a pleasant relief from what...

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Rated R | For Sexual content and brief language
What Parents Need to Know
Common Sense Media says Jung/Freud psychology drama has very strong sexual content.
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