Jung On Film
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In this candid 1957 interview, conducted just four years prior to his death, famed thinker and founder of analytical psychology Carl Jung discusses his remarkable life and career -- from early work with Sigmund Freud and Jung's break with psychoanalysis to his groundbreaking explorations of the dream world. Guided by insightful interviewer Dr. Richard I. Evans, this conversation is at once an intimate self-portrait from a true genius and a unique commentary on the scope and meaning of his life's work. The 1990 re-release of these historic tapes serves as a research tool for those familiar with Jung's writings or as a concise, accessible introduction to his truly original mixture of self-analysis, clinical observations, theory, history, and myth.