In A Dangerous Method, David Cronenberg turns his cinematic method inside out. By shifting his attention to the absence, loss, and emptiness of repression triumphant as intensively as he usually focuses on the shock, horror, and ambivalent ecstasy of repression overturned, Cronenberg sharpens the pain that characterizes his cinematic vision.

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