A Dangerous Method -- David Cronenberg/Viggo Mortensen's latest

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It's like the counterweight to Burton/Depp these days. Anyway, the film's based on Christopher Hampton's play about Freud and Jung, and it was going to be Christoph Waltz as Freud but he's doing something else now so...

Viggo Mortensen, who worked so memorably with Cronenberg on Eastern Promises, has just replaced Waltz. Mortensen will star as Freud opposite Michael Fassbender as Jung. Keira Knightley will play Sabina, a disturbed young woman brought to see Jung by her father. Jung and Sabina have an affair, and the producers are promising me “lots of spirited sex”. (Viggo had that other spirited sex scene with Maria Bello in Cronenberg's A History Of Violence.)

Ned Raggett, Tuesday, 9 March 2010 18:22 (4 years ago) Permalink

DC&Viggo > Leo DiC & MS > Burton & his lovers.

There's Always Been A Prance Element To (a hoy hoy), Tuesday, 9 March 2010 18:34 (4 years ago) Permalink

Er, I wouldn't call that sex scene in A History of Violence "spirited", "disturbing" more like.

Mortensen is great, of course, but he's such a physical actor, it's hard to imagine him as Freud.

Tuomas, Tuesday, 9 March 2010 18:40 (4 years ago) Permalink

Freud beating up Jung in a Swiss spa, it could happen.

Ned Raggett, Tuesday, 9 March 2010 18:41 (4 years ago) Permalink

"Sometimes a cigar...well, anyway."

Ned Raggett, Tuesday, 9 March 2010 18:42 (4 years ago) Permalink

Mortensen is great, of course, but he's such a physical actor, it's hard to imagine him as Freud.

Did you see Eastern Promises? The best parts of his performance were the stillest.

Hervé Grillechaise (WmC), Tuesday, 9 March 2010 19:15 (4 years ago) Permalink

I haven't seen that, but what I meant is that it's hard for me to imagine him playing a wordy intellectual like Freud. He seems to be best at playing tight-lipped, no-nonsense type of guys.

Tuomas, Tuesday, 9 March 2010 19:23 (4 years ago) Permalink

Your imagination is underdeveloped, then.

Hervé Grillechaise (WmC), Tuesday, 9 March 2010 19:28 (4 years ago) Permalink

you've spoken with freud?

shite new answers (cutty), Tuesday, 9 March 2010 19:29 (4 years ago) Permalink

@tuomas

shite new answers (cutty), Tuesday, 9 March 2010 19:29 (4 years ago) Permalink

Mortensen is great, of course, but he's such a physical actor, it's hard to imagine him as Freud.

but he has a great, rangy beard.

by another name (amateurist), Tuesday, 9 March 2010 19:42 (4 years ago) Permalink

that was a dumb move by waltz btw.

by another name (amateurist), Tuesday, 9 March 2010 19:59 (4 years ago) Permalink

how could he just waltz away from such an opportunity >:(

crossing the aspie rubicon (latebloomer), Wednesday, 10 March 2010 04:06 (4 years ago) Permalink

how can you say that unless you know what he chose instead amtrst

shite new answers (cutty), Wednesday, 10 March 2010 18:25 (4 years ago) Permalink

wait didn't the article say he chose to play another nazi?

by another name (amateurist), Wednesday, 10 March 2010 21:55 (4 years ago) Permalink

or at least, one of the articles i read said that.

by another name (amateurist), Wednesday, 10 March 2010 21:55 (4 years ago) Permalink

Er, I wouldn't call that sex scene in A History of Violence "spirited", "disturbing" more like.
― Tuomas, Tuesday, March 9, 2010 6:40 PM (Yesterday) Bookmark

don't forget the awesome 69 scene.

Matt Armstrong, Wednesday, 10 March 2010 22:13 (4 years ago) Permalink

Gotta rewatch me some History of Violence

mh, Wednesday, 10 March 2010 22:21 (4 years ago) Permalink

<3 maria bello in cheerleader outfit

ILX's Dopiest Poster (latebloomer), Thursday, 11 March 2010 03:57 (4 years ago) Permalink

I remembered the 69 scene, but when the article mentioned that sex scene in AHoV, I assume it means the, er, more memorable scene.

Tuomas, Thursday, 11 March 2010 07:59 (4 years ago) Permalink

Cronenberg brought his wife on set & had sex in front of Viggo & Maria to show them how to act that scene out.

How to Make an American Quit (Abbott), Thursday, 11 March 2010 15:19 (4 years ago) Permalink

it's hard to imagine him as Freud

Well, no stranger than the last movie star to play him, M. Clift (still haven't seen that one)

Fusty Moralizer (Dr Morbius), Thursday, 11 March 2010 15:24 (4 years ago) Permalink

Cronenberg brought his wife on set & had sex in front of Viggo & Maria to show them how to act that scene out.

― How to Make an American Quit (Abbott), Thursday, March 11, 2010 9:19 AM (12 minutes ago) Bookmark

wut

nitzer ebbebe (gbx), Thursday, 11 March 2010 15:32 (4 years ago) Permalink

i read that too somewhere

Tracer Hand, Thursday, 11 March 2010 15:33 (4 years ago) Permalink

O_O uhhhhhhh woah

t(o_o)t (ENBB), Thursday, 11 March 2010 15:33 (4 years ago) Permalink

I need to watch AHoV again too

t(o_o)t (ENBB), Thursday, 11 March 2010 15:34 (4 years ago) Permalink

keep thinking this is some kind of spoken-word covers project

louis do not fuck achewood (acoleuthic), Thursday, 11 March 2010 15:35 (4 years ago) Permalink

Oh wtf, AHOV is $7.99 on amazon.com for the blu-ray version. I think I own most of the other recent Cronenberg films because at the prices they sell for I can't afford to *not* buy them.

mh, Thursday, 11 March 2010 16:15 (4 years ago) Permalink

i thought abbott was making a funny

damn dude

goole, Thursday, 11 March 2010 18:29 (4 years ago) Permalink

Cronenberg brought his wife on set & had sex in front of Viggo & Maria to show them how to act that scene out.
― How to Make an American Quit (Abbott), Thursday, March 11, 2010 9:19 AM (12 minutes ago) Bookmark

wut

― nitzer ebbebe (gbx), Thursday, March 11, 2010 9:32 AM (3 hours ago) Bookmark Suggest Ban Permalink

i read that too somewhere

― Tracer Hand, Thursday, March 11, 2010 9:33 AM (3 hours ago) Bookmark

i think it's in the audio commentary on the DVD. and all concerned relate the story somewhat nonchalantly.

by another name (amateurist), Thursday, 11 March 2010 19:27 (4 years ago) Permalink

I think once you're around Cronenberg long enough, that's probably one of the least out-there things he'd do. Or say.

mh, Thursday, 11 March 2010 19:47 (4 years ago) Permalink

lol I thought Abbot was joking too but... well it does seem like the kind of thing Cronenberg would do

Wet Hot American Oil Spill (Shakey Mo Collier), Thursday, 11 March 2010 20:02 (4 years ago) Permalink

i saw an interview with m bello where she was on a righteous tear about the double standard in movie ratings; kill a shitload of people and you can get pg13, show a woman having an orgasm and it's straight to R (i think this was her part in the cooler that happened to?)

but then it's like her entire career after that has been to prove that point

goole, Thursday, 11 March 2010 20:05 (4 years ago) Permalink

Cronenberg and his wife did the same thing when they were technical advisers on The Room.

Chris L, Thursday, 11 March 2010 20:16 (4 years ago) Permalink

looooooollll

Utopian Paisley Shirt Production Co. (Shakey Mo Collier), Thursday, 11 March 2010 22:13 (4 years ago) Permalink

Maybe Dr. Ilsa should have cameo in her son's new movie?

Tuomas, Friday, 12 March 2010 09:52 (4 years ago) Permalink

Maybe Dr. Ilsa should have cameo in her son's new movie?

LOL

etaeoe, Friday, 12 March 2010 12:07 (4 years ago) Permalink

1 month passes...

Title change.

Ned Raggett, Saturday, 24 April 2010 06:02 (3 years ago) Permalink

that's silly, what was wrong with the original title?

The Holy Seefeel (latebloomer), Saturday, 24 April 2010 07:55 (3 years ago) Permalink

A Dangerous Method sounds like a sequel to A Beautiful Mind.

kissogram powers (Abbott), Saturday, 24 April 2010 23:10 (3 years ago) Permalink

seriously!

Asstral Cheeks (latebloomer), Sunday, 25 April 2010 04:45 (3 years ago) Permalink

"Extraordinary Measures" was recently taken, you see.

Chris L, Sunday, 25 April 2010 04:54 (3 years ago) Permalink

A Dangerous Method

ugh. i agree that "talking cure" isn't going to lure them in (sounds like an art film) but this title just plain sucks. oh well, if the movie's good i won't much care. too bad "analyze this!" was taken.

by another name (amateurist), Monday, 26 April 2010 14:02 (3 years ago) Permalink

there shd be legislation against filming non-anglo stories in english

nakhchivan, Monday, 26 April 2010 14:12 (3 years ago) Permalink

why? who cares? lots of great movies not made in the "correct" language.

by another name (amateurist), Monday, 26 April 2010 14:14 (3 years ago) Permalink

they're always in these terrible affected 30s english accents or in this instance probably guttural sturm und drang histrionics, as soderbergh said (re 'che') it's a lot easier to get financing this way but it always suggests a sort of cultural imperialism or at least laziness

freud and to a lesser extent jung are canonical figures within that austro-german tradition, freud has a very distinctive literary voice

it's cool in something like 'time bandits' but given cronenberg's 'deeply serious treatment of the subject' it will probably jar, though of course if it doesn't bother you then good for you! i didn't mind too much in polanski's 'the pianist', anyway

nakhchivan, Monday, 26 April 2010 14:27 (3 years ago) Permalink

You can use deeply serious accent stereotypes to convey things too, though. I think framing a film in austro-german stereotypes and perceptions from a North American viewpoint could be just as serious, if not more so.

mh, Monday, 26 April 2010 15:41 (3 years ago) Permalink

but it always suggests a sort of cultural imperialism

often but not always. lots of french films (in french) about italians and vice-versa. chinese films about vietnam, etc. it just sort of happens. agreed that the "middle" solution--having characters speak english but in german/french/italian/polish/whatever accents--can be irritating/distracting. but i sympathize with directors faced w/ this problem, there's no real good solution short of pulling an inglorious basterds and having people speak french and german for 2/3 of the movie.

john mctiernan was a bit obsessed w/ this and found unique formal workarounds in most of his films.

by another name (amateurist), Monday, 26 April 2010 22:42 (3 years ago) Permalink

there's no real good solution short of pulling an inglorious basterds and having people speak french and german for 2/3 of the movie.

there's yr solution! if a costly picture like that can do it then it lessens the excuse

and as said, cultural imperialism is the strong form but often it just seems slovenly in a film depicting historical events in supposed verisimilitude

and as you say there are workarounds, like they could pretend the girl was english rather than russian, hardly the greatest mistruth! freud spoke english and probably jung too....

nakhchivan, Tuesday, 27 April 2010 00:54 (3 years ago) Permalink

i think i mentioned this already but a woman behind me yelped out 'WHAT??' when it went to black on that shot

RudolfHitlerFtw (Hungry4Ass), Wednesday, 29 February 2012 23:12 (2 years ago) Permalink

'NO!!!!'

A Little Princess btw (s1ocki), Wednesday, 29 February 2012 23:12 (2 years ago) Permalink

POOP!

lag∞n, Wednesday, 29 February 2012 23:12 (2 years ago) Permalink

yeah it felt early, like there was something else to come. nothing was resolved!

it moved along very quickly for a 100-minute movie, didn't it?

TracerHandVEVO (Tracer Hand), Wednesday, 29 February 2012 23:14 (2 years ago) Permalink

nothing was resolved!

just like psychotherapy amirite? and a full 100-minute session.

Literal Facepalms (Dr Morbius), Thursday, 1 March 2012 01:47 (2 years ago) Permalink

I would love to see more movies that happen in an early 20c medical environment. That whole era of leather straps and brass plates is horrifying and amazing.

TracerHandVEVO (Tracer Hand), Thursday, 1 March 2012 11:34 (2 years ago) Permalink

Thought this was quite good. As I've mentioned on this and other threads, I haven't liked a Cronenberg film since Dead Ringers. I remember reading an interview with him sometime in the '90s, and it was like he'd developed a chip on his shoulder in terms of the industry and the general public not properly appreciating his films--not a good position from which an artist to do his work, if you ask me. Maybe some of the accolades for A History of Violence (didn't like it) and Eastern Promises (didn't see it) helped him move past that, I don't know, but it felt like he was really in control here. My knowledge of the principals and the subject matter is very basic, and that probably helped--someone who knows more might find inaccuracies and simplifications. Cronenberg's an exceptionally smart guy, though, and I trust him to be careful about that. Keira Knightley should have been up for all the awards--there's a ferociousness to her performance that's very unsettling, especially in the early scenes (more muted but still present towards the end). Viggo Mortensen wasn't quite how I imagine Freud--more wry than severe--but he and Fassbender are good. The (brief) flagellation scenes were the only part of the film that struck me as obvious, but I suppose they have to be there. My favourite Cronenberg film is The Dead Zone; I'm probably the rare person who think he gets better when he reins it in a bit.

clemenza, Tuesday, 6 March 2012 02:31 (2 years ago) Permalink

I'm probably the rare person who think he gets better when he reins it in a bit.

If I'm interpreting "reins it in" correctly, I'm with you. Reined-in Cronenberg: all the eighties films after Videodrome, Naked Lunch and the two most recent ones. M. Butterfly is where reined-in just looked like repression, however.

Exile in lolville (Alfred, Lord Sotosyn), Tuesday, 6 March 2012 02:46 (2 years ago) Permalink

I should clarify that...He had a habit of sticking in really gross stuff past the point where I didn't think he needed it anymore: the ending of Videodrome (mostly excellent), the ending of The Fly (ditto), parts of Naked Lunch (not a fan). He reminded me of Husker Du trying to force hardcore onto Zen Arcade at a point where I didn't think they needed that anymore either. Again, most Husker Du fans disagree.

clemenza, Tuesday, 6 March 2012 02:51 (2 years ago) Permalink

My favorite Mould project is Sugar so...

Exile in lolville (Alfred, Lord Sotosyn), Tuesday, 6 March 2012 02:52 (2 years ago) Permalink

Those Husker Du folks had their moments.

clemenza, Tuesday, 6 March 2012 02:54 (2 years ago) Permalink

"more plot"

the sir edmund hillary of sitting through pauly shore films (Shakey Mo Collier), Thursday, 15 March 2012 18:35 (2 years ago) Permalink

Coming to this as someone who hasn't really seen what the fuss is about w/Cronenberg since Crash (and Videodrome as a film he won't better) things seem to be on the up again: liked Eastern Promises a lot and this was quite good. Never thought I'd say he'd be good at costume dramas but there you go.

Don't get the 'nothing ws resolved', and not sure it was the pont. Because like psychoanalysis at that point in time it left all the main actors in a state of flux, right? The discipline took off, but was it going to shake off its scpetics? It was developing its sidelines: child psychology on one end, its links to mysticism at the other; and attracting all sorts of 'characters', which was terrifically done by Cassel's Otto. The film sorta ended just in time, ws getting a tad bored with all the letters and it was clear that all relatinships weren't going anywhere except a link to the talking cure that they helped establish.

This is Keira's first great role. The early scenes were fine as someone desperate to tear her body apart than breathe a second longer, and she sorta maintained that edge in the tightly controlled scenes later on, as if she wasn't entirely cured. Terrific.

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Large Sack (Empty) (latebloomer), Tuesday, 27 March 2012 23:37 (2 years ago) Permalink

hahahaha

You big bully, why are you hitting that little bully? (Shakey Mo Collier), Tuesday, 27 March 2012 23:39 (2 years ago) Permalink

I just watched it again -- it still holds up. Viggo is so droll.

Exile in lolville (Alfred, Lord Sotosyn), Tuesday, 27 March 2012 23:45 (2 years ago) Permalink

2 weeks pass...

just read DeLillo's Cosmopolis, can see why he was attracted -- limo full of screens and monitors, guy getting daily physicals, etc. An interesting challenge for adapting, as it's full of things that are difficult for actors to say naturally ("I want to bottle-fuck you with my sunglasses on"). Hope he left out the rap-star funeral procession tho.

they gave him this one. Pattinson next

We'll see, but I think there'll be many angry teen girls leaving this one.

World Congress of Itch (Dr Morbius), Friday, 13 April 2012 21:16 (2 years ago) Permalink

arrrgh, guess I mistook this for DC general thread

World Congress of Itch (Dr Morbius), Friday, 13 April 2012 21:17 (2 years ago) Permalink

3 weeks pass...

Just saw this, and I thought it was okay. At first I was a but distracted how mannered everything was (for example, Freud's and Jung's breakup happening via letters), but then I realized that I've merely become used to Hollywood style biopics, where extra drama is always added to these kind of stories, so I began to like the movie's attempt to reconstruct events in a manner that was probably closer to how upper-class people interacted in the early 20th century. There's plenty of dramatic things going on, but appearances and manners must be kept; this kinda ties in with the movie's theme of how frankness in sexual matters disrupts the bourgeoise idyll.

However, I thought the biggest weakness in the movie was that it tried to focus both on the Jung-Spielrein and the Jung-Freud affair, and really, 100 minutes wasn't enough for both. For example, even though there are hints towards it, the Jung-Freud breakup still feels kinda unsubstantiated, as the movie doesn't sacrifice enough time for the events leading to it. I realize that one of these stories probably couldn't have been told without the other, but IMO the movie should've focused on just one of the two relations, and keep the other on the background.

Also, I found it kinda irritating that the movie seemed to support Jung's believe in the paranormal: first he predicts the wood in the shelf cracking, and in the final scene he seemingly foresees the 1st World War. Of course, both of these could've been just coincidences, but I'm not sure why the writer (or the director) felt it was necessary to add those scenes; the script could've simply stated this was one of the main differences between Jung and Freud without hinting that Jung was right. But maybe I just feel like this because I'm a sceptic, and sided with Freud on this issue?

Tuomas, Monday, 7 May 2012 08:33 (1 year ago) Permalink

I got the exact opposite impression, the film felt more stacked against Jung than anyone else

bark ruffalo (latebloomer), Monday, 7 May 2012 08:37 (1 year ago) Permalink

The point of the wood in the shelf cracking scene was more about how differently both men interpreted the same event, rather than showing either to be right about it. I suspect Cronenberg himself would side with Freud.

bark ruffalo (latebloomer), Monday, 7 May 2012 08:46 (1 year ago) Permalink

Well, in the wood cracking scene it felt like he was being a bit silly, but the last scene was clearly meant to imply he dreamed of WWI before it had started. Okay, IIRC the scene happened just months before the war broke, and that point in history there were already plenty of signs that something like that could happen, so I guess you could explain it by Jung simply guessing subconsciously that a war was coming, without any precognition... But whatever the explanation, it was obvious that Jung's dream was correct. So, unless it's a historical fact Jung had such a dream before WWI started, I'm not sure why it was added to the script?

Tuomas, Monday, 7 May 2012 08:48 (1 year ago) Permalink

(x-post)

Tuomas, Monday, 7 May 2012 08:48 (1 year ago) Permalink

The wood cracking scene was based on a real incident. The movie downplays Jung's eccentricities in favor of emphasizing his bourgeois Protestant stuffiness--in reality he had a life-long history of prophetic dreams and interest in mysticism before any of the the events portrayed in the movie.

bark ruffalo (latebloomer), Monday, 7 May 2012 09:03 (1 year ago) Permalink

this movie was so so boring

congratulations (n/a), Monday, 7 May 2012 15:19 (1 year ago) Permalink

it was really bad

40oz of tears (Jordan), Monday, 7 May 2012 15:23 (1 year ago) Permalink

It's not top tier Cronenberg but I liked it as a pretty good Rohmer film.

Exile in lolville (Alfred, Lord Sotosyn), Monday, 7 May 2012 15:24 (1 year ago) Permalink

wrong wrong and wrong

World Congress of Itch (Dr Morbius), Monday, 7 May 2012 15:25 (1 year ago) Permalink

I saw it again when released on DVD about six weeks ago and still thought Viggo was marvelous though.

Exile in lolville (Alfred, Lord Sotosyn), Monday, 7 May 2012 15:27 (1 year ago) Permalink

my admiration for this film grows the more time has passed.

A Little Princess btw (s1ocki), Monday, 7 May 2012 15:59 (1 year ago) Permalink

i'm sure the rest of you will be sated by Fassbender's Ian Holm android tribute act, zzzzzzzzzzzzzz

World Congress of Itch (Dr Morbius), Monday, 7 May 2012 16:01 (1 year ago) Permalink

so bittersweet being on morbs' side in an argument.

A Little Princess btw (s1ocki), Monday, 7 May 2012 16:03 (1 year ago) Permalink

Morbz as usual can't resist questioning the motives of naysayers.

Exile in lolville (Alfred, Lord Sotosyn), Monday, 7 May 2012 16:04 (1 year ago) Permalink

I think you mean so sunshine and lollipops. xp

World Congress of Itch (Dr Morbius), Monday, 7 May 2012 16:05 (1 year ago) Permalink

I don't question, I de-CLARE

World Congress of Itch (Dr Morbius), Monday, 7 May 2012 16:06 (1 year ago) Permalink

so bittersweet being on morbs' side in an argument

I actually love it the rare few times it happens.

jungleous butterflies strange birds (Eric H.), Monday, 7 May 2012 16:27 (1 year ago) Permalink

y'all may be aging into wisdom

World Congress of Itch (Dr Morbius), Monday, 7 May 2012 16:29 (1 year ago) Permalink

my first time I didn't recognize Keira Knightley

Exile in lolville (Alfred, Lord Sotosyn), Monday, 7 May 2012 16:31 (1 year ago) Permalink

My first time wasn't with Keira Knightly.

jungleous butterflies strange birds (Eric H.), Monday, 7 May 2012 16:33 (1 year ago) Permalink

1 month passes...

My overall takeaway from this is Keira Knightly is really a terrible actress (also disturbingly emaciated too). That distraction aside I guess I might have really like it, but unfortunately she's on screen for like 60% of the film.

Fig On A Plate Cart (Alex in SF), Sunday, 24 June 2012 05:13 (1 year ago) Permalink

I liked this movie but I miss old body horror Cronenberg. There's a deleted scene on the AHOV DVD in which some gangster has a giant open, puffy, pulsating chest cavity wound with steam and crazy colored lights. And Cronenberg in the commentary for it says something like, "It was really 'Cronenberg'!" which is why he decided to excise it. Is this the last time we'll see such a thing? I like his new movies, too, but it makes me a little sad to think that stuff may never be in one of his movies again.

chupacabra seeds (Abbbottt), Monday, 25 June 2012 02:08 (1 year ago) Permalink

I liked all the fights between Freud and Jung played out through discussions of dreams, ancient deities, etc., and mannered ripostes to one another's letters.

chupacabra seeds (Abbbottt), Monday, 25 June 2012 02:14 (1 year ago) Permalink

I guess also I was the only one who thought Vincent Cassel was crazy hot (and also just crazy). He has great eyelids and nose!

chupacabra seeds (Abbbottt), Monday, 25 June 2012 02:15 (1 year ago) Permalink

nah I kept waiting for an afterdinner Freud-Jung grapple

a regina spektor is haunting europe (Alfred, Lord Sotosyn), Monday, 25 June 2012 02:16 (1 year ago) Permalink

The film should have been good (director, actors aside from Keira) but it was rather mediocre to be honest. Didn't help that I really loathe Freud. lol.

Nathalie (stevienixed), Monday, 25 June 2012 08:12 (1 year ago) Permalink

I liked this more than most. Mortenson was terrific. Top-notch passive-aggressive cigar-smoking.

Get wolves (DL), Monday, 25 June 2012 08:59 (1 year ago) Permalink

And yes, Cassel was a blast.

Get wolves (DL), Monday, 25 June 2012 08:59 (1 year ago) Permalink


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