Wednesday, January 15, 2020

19TH CENTURY TV SERIES ON FREUD TO PREMIERE AT THIS YEAR'S BERLIN FILM FESTIVAL! FIRST PHOTOS RELEASED!

'FREUD' TV SERIES
TO AIR GLOBALLY ON NETFLIX
It has been announced today that among the series that will have its premieres at  Berlin Film Festival this year is also eight part period set series on FREUD  coming from Austrian ORF and Netflix. Today you can
The series will air globally sometime later this year
check out the first photos from the series directed by Marvin Krenand starring  Robert Finster, Ella Rumpf, Georg Friedrich, Christoph
Young Robert Finster takes the lead role of the famous psychiatrist
Krutzler, Brigitte Kren, Anja Kling, Philipp Hochmair, Noah Saavedra. Austrian German production shot in Czech capital Prague and Austrian Vienna will stream this year globally at Netflix.
Crime Thriller Series Freud 
blending a period setting with a contemporary style, will be a modern, sexy and suspenseful take on the life of the celebrated doctor. FREUD tells the
The series will first air in Austria on their national television ORF
story of the young psychoanalyst Sigmund Freud (Robert Finster) in Vienna in 1886, just as Freud's revolutionary theories are being met with strong
Ella Rumpf plays the infamous medium Madame Salome
opposition from colleagues and wider Austrian society. It is at this time he meets the war veteran and policeman Alfred Kiss (Georg Friedrich) and
Georg Friedrich, right, is policeman Alfred Kiss
notorious medium Fleur Salomé (Ella  Rumpf) and unwittingly becomes part of a nerve-racking investigation into a murderous conspiracy.

10 comments:

  1. Ohh I'm dying to see this one. Great that it's a coproduction of Netflix. It means it will be shown in the USA.

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  2. Modern, sexy, and suspenseful... sounds like the recipe for a real juicy show! The pictures do look a little, though. Like something from The Adams Family..

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    1. Even though I forgot the actual word, I did mean to type “dark”. You read my mind!

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    2. We could also say macabre, haven't used that word in ages :)

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  3. Well, I don't know how historically accurate any of it will be (probably not much) but it could potentially be interesting.

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  4. Definitely a dark, gothic sort of vibe going on. Freud had some weird theories, but I'd still tune in to see what I make of this show.

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    1. Austria was very dark back in those years, my city was a part of their empire then, we were actually the biggest city after Budapest in this part of Europe in that century LOL We had 100.000 people while Belgrade was just a village with 30.000.

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