In addition to John Huston's movie Freud, starring Montgomery Clift, which of these movies deals with the papa of psychoanalysis:
(1) Orson Welles''s "The Trial" in which Joseph K. (Anthony Perkins) -- and by extension Kafka himself -- is understood to be Freud's anti-type and thus, by Freudian logic, Freud himself.
(2) Orson Welles's "Chimes at Midnight" in which Freud (Orson Welles) cavorts after hours with tippling cronies and good-natured prostitutes.
(3) Kurosawa's "Throne of Blood" in which Freud is depicted as a version of Macbeth, with Mrs. Freud (Lady MacBeth) providing the brains and the drive of the operation.
(4) Hitchcock's "Spellbound" in which Gregory Peck is an amnesiac, Ingrid Bergman is his analyst, and Freud is Ingrid Bergman's father in upstate New York
(5) Sam Peckinpah's "The Wild Bunch," an allegory about the triumph of Freud's ego psychology (William Holden) over rival theories of the universe such as those of Karl Marx (the Mexicans), Lenin (the machine gun), and Jacques Derrida (the scorpions). Ernest Borgnine plays Freud's wife and Robert Ryan is Jung. Also starring Ben Joihnson as Ben Jonson and Warren Oates as himself. For extra credit, what is the last thing William Holden says in the movie? .