SynopsisIt is 1939. Sigmund Freud, his couch, and all of his antiquities have been ignominiously shipped from Nazi-occupied Vienna to a quiet London suburb, where he hopes to spend his last days in peace. So why is he burning his latest publication? Why is he being berated by Salvador Dali? Why is there a naked woman in his closet? And why is he close to hysteria? Ensemble memmber John Malkovich returns to direct Terry Johnson's madcap and moving comedy about the last days of the father of psychoanalysis.
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