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June 10, 2011


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Quiz Answer #27.5, the first film about analysis was G.W. Pabst's "Secrets of a Soul" which was written by one of Freud's followers...

and don't we love the fact that Huston's film "Freud" was written by none other than Sartre (he had his name taken off of the credits)...and how about Huston offered the part of the hysteric to Marilyn Monroe - she turned it down on the advice of her shrink...

so i think the answer to the entire quiz should be Cate Blanchett portraying Bob Dylan in "I'm Not There".

and for extra credit...the beedle said bitch...

How about Bob Dylan playing Dylan Thomas and nobody said who the hell do you think you're fooling?

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