Der junge Freud (1976)

Director
Axel Corti

Main cast
Karlheinz Hackl; Jacques Alric; Sylvia Haider; Norbert Kappen; Karl Merkatz

Genres
History, Drama

Description
A portrait of Sigmund Freud as a young man.


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