Secrets of a Soul

Pabst's Secrets of a Soul (1926) is an exploration of the encounter between psychoanalysis and cinema in which psychoanalysis becomes the actual subject of film. Secrets of a Soul, made with Freud's colleague Karl Abraham, presents a case study of phobia, repression and compulsion, and is the first film that represented psychoanalysis as treatment

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