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The Soul Keeper (Prendimi l'anima)

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Genre:Drama, Romance, War
Release Date:September 27, 2002
Running time:90 minutes
Cast:Iain Glen, Emilia Fox, Caroline Ducey, Craig Ferguson, Jane Alexander
Director:Roberto Faenza
Producer:Elda Ferri
Writer:Gianni Arduini, Alessandro Defilippi
Distributor:Medusa Distribuzione

Description: Roberto Faenza's historical drama The Soul Keeper is a biopic of Sabina Spielrein. The family of depressed 19-year-old Sabina (Emilia Fox) takes her for treatment from Carl Jung (Iain Glen), whose radical approach to mental health was much derided in 1904. The treatment is successful, but the two eventually engage in an affair that displeases Carl's wife (Jane Alexander). The cured Sabina moves to the Soviet Union. The film uses the framing device of a modern-day scholar investigating what happened to Sabina after her move.~ Perry Seibert, All Movie Guide

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