Film&Discussion | 26.10.2021 |

Bundesplatzkino | Berlin


Cooperation of the C.G. Jung Gesellschaft Berlin with the Bundesplatzkino and dfk*films

Tuesday, 26.10.2021 at 20:30

Speaker: Donat Keusch | Moderation: Edith Rosin


USA 1974 | 131’ | written by Robert Towne & Roman Polanski | directed by Roman Polanski | produced by Robert Evans |
starring Jack Nicholson, Faye Dunaway, John Huston

A private detective. A femme fatale. A family secret. Sex & Crime & Politics.
The plot is based on real events of the California Water Wars and the bursting of the St Francis Dam in the beginning of the 20th century. The Californian hydraulic engineer William Mulholland served as role model for the character of Hollis Mulwray. Producer Robert Evans, screenwriter Robert Towne and director Roman Polanski set the family drama in an atmosphere of distrust and shady morals – characteristic for film noir. The screenplay won an Oscar in 1975 as well as numerous other awards. The best film noir of all time.

The speakers:

Dipl.-Psych. Edith Rosin studied psychology at the Free University of Berlin, was trained as an analyst at the C.G.Jung Institute in Berlin, and has been working in her own practice since 1996. Since 2012, she has been a lecturer in Active Imagination at the Lindau Psychotherapy Days.

Donat Keusch studied psychology and journalism. Experience in film distribution, world sales, production, screenwriting and as a teacher. Most successful film: “Yol – Der Weg” (Golden Palm). For 30 years working as a script analyst/consultant/writer under pseudonym or unnamed. Motto: “The script is the film!”

Bundesplatz cinema | Bundesplatz 14 | 10715 Berlin
Contribution to costs: 9,50 € | reduced 8 €