Barr is a psychiatrist who falls in love with the sister of one of his clients. She's beautiful and married to a gangster. She hates her husband but is unable to escape from him.
A man’s head is bursting with thoughts and decisions. A gardener is about to explode – somebody has trampled on her flowerbeds. The man is looking for somebody who is better at playing chess than his dachshund. The gardener is looking for a mysterious vandal who is missing a yellow boot. In the end, they might just be looking for the same thing.
It's a model of the expository documentary. The producer, Susanne Simpson, weaves together home movies of Freud and his disciples with comments on his work by today's critics and defenders.
When a girl finds out she has dreamt someone else's dreams her entire life...
“This movie is a representation of my spirit’s volatile state. I used animation with poetic comment to analyze my emotions and vexations. I used pencil drawings in translucent frames to show a state of lightness. On the drawings you can see the elements taken from imagination and from real external sights. I did so because our mental states are built from what we can see and what we remember or imagine in abstraction.”—Wojciech Bakowski
The narrator of our story, Nate, an emotionally detached statistician with a penchant for reducing everything to percentages and probabilities, guides us through the relationship of Ben and Sarah, chronicling its chance origins with the algorithm of a dating app. What is the probability of Ben reviving his relationship with Sarah?
Sigmund Freud's revolutionary ideas transformed our conception of the mind. Yet, fears and obsessions wracked the father of psychoanalysis. His theories continue to inspire debate, even as the discipline he invented drifts farther from his work. Through personal letters, diaries and interviews with biographers, psychiatrists and Freud's grandchildren, this documentary explores the life of the man who was once derided as the doctor of love.
What makes one church group a denomination, and another a dangerous cult? Host and Christian apologetic Eric Holmberg offers this film to help viewers use biblical criteria and traditional Christian doctrine to evaluate a variety of religious sects. Holmberg emphasizes the need for all Christians to be ready to articulate their faith, as well as to reach out with compassion to those caught in a cult's destructive grasp.
The documentary "Beyond Gangster Blackface: A Critical Analysis of Gangster Rap" takes a critical look at the power of music lyrics and how lyrics can influence the mentality, language, and behavior of young impressionable children.
Jim Davis tribute set to the entire original motion picture score of "Kundun" by Philip Glass featuring the philosophical musings of John Blyth Barrymore. A deep exploration of the human condition through the lens of Garfield's "The Pipe Strip."
A humorous introduction to problem analysis and programming.