Freud’s Final Session is being directed Matthew Brown (The Man Who Knew Infinity), working from a script by Mark St. Germain (The God Committee) and tailored from his play of the identical title. The challenge is being shopped in Cannes by WestEnd Movies and CAA Media Finance.
Set on the eve of WWII and in direction of the tip of his life, Freud’s Final Session sees Freud (Hopkins) invite iconic writer C.S. Lewis for a debate over the existence of God. Exploring Freud’s distinctive relationship along with his lesbian daughter Anna and Lewis’ unconventional romance along with his finest pal’s mom, the movie interweaves previous, current and fantasy, bursting from the confines of Freud’s examine on a dynamic journey.
“Past my very own mental curiosity and inclination in direction of this piece, there’s a deep recognition of how extremely well timed and essential this movie is,” stated Brown. “We dwell in an age that’s so ideologically polarized, the place everyone seems to be caught in their very own tribes, with no actual dialogue. I wish to make a movie for all audiences that’s emotional, thought-provoking and artistic. A movie that asks the massive questions, whereas investigating what’s on the coronary heart of the human situation: love, religion and mortality.”
The movie will start taking pictures within the fourth quarter of 2022 in London.
Hopkins is repped by CAA and lawyer Mitch Smelkinson.