Anthony Hopkins and Matthew Goode Star in Final Trailer for FREUD’S LAST SESSION — GeekTyrant


The final trailer has been released for the dramatic film Freud’s Last Session, starring Anthony Hopkins as psychologist Sigmund Freud and Matthew Goode as author C.S. Lewis. They are joined in the cast by Liv Lisa Fries and Jodi Balfour. The film is directed by Matt Brown, who co-wrote the screenplay with Mark St. Germain.

The film’s synopsis reads:

September 1939: Days after Hitler invades Poland, and as the threat of German bombs rattles England, Sigmund Freud (Anthony Hopkins) watches the world go mad. Having fled Nazi forces invading his homeland, Freud has brought his family from Vienna to London, where he’s visited by author and Oxford theologian C.S. Lewis (Matthew Goode). Lewis — whose Chronicles of Narnia books would later gain worldwide acclaim — is an atheist turned Christian now hoping to confront the “Father of Psychoanalysis” about the gap between science & religion, faith & logic, and how studying the mind may miss the path of the soul. Through a colorful, sometimes contentious day-long debate, the two work to see the other’s point of view while Britain enters WWII, Freud’s daughter Anna (Liv Lisa Fries) reconciles hard truths within herself and her own career as an analyst, and Freud faces the cancer that’ll soon be the cause of his death.

This looks like it will be a fascinating look inside the lives and minds of these famous men. Check out the trailer below, and watch Freud’s Last Session in select US theaters on December 22nd.

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