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MY NAME WAS SABINA SPIELREIN

by Elisabeth Márton

synopsis

Sabina Spielrein was the woman who wanted it all: a career in the field of science as well as love and kids. She fought for a place in the world of psychoanalysis, a world ruled by men. She lived in the balance between Freud and Jung, Stalin and Hitler, Judaism and Christianity, scientific career and bourgeois family life.

international title: MY NAME WAS SABINA SPIELREIN
original title: ICH HEIß SABINA SPIELREIN
country: Sweden, Switzerland, Denmark, Finland
sales agent: Telepicture Marketing
year: 2002
genre: fiction
directed by: Elisabeth Márton
film run: 90'
release date: SE 14/10/2002
screenplay: Elisabeth Márton, Yolande Knobel, Signe Maehler
cast: Eva Österberg, Lasse Almebäck
cinematography by: Robert Nordström, Gunnar Källström, Sergej Jurizditskij, Imre Bécsi
film editing: Yolande Knobel
art director: Jan Öqvist
music: Vladimir Dikanski
producer: Helgi Felixson
production: Idé Film Felixson AB, Hysteria Film, maximage GmbH, Haslund Film, DFI, (DK); Millenium Film, SVT, Konstnärsnämnden, AVEK, YLE (FI); Bundesamt für Kultur(CH); Nordisk Film & TV Fond, Eurimages
distributor: Folkets Bio
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