When: Sat., Sept. 12 2015

A mercurial man who struggled with own hangups, philosopher and psychotherapist Sigmund Freud lived a fascination life. Actor Montgomery Clift portrays him in Freud, a 1962 feature from the late, great director John Huston. The film has never been released on DVD or video in the U.S. but the Cleveland Institute of Art Cinematheque has obtained an archival print that it screens tonight at 6:50 p.m. The uncut version of the flick runs a whopping 139 minutes. Tickets are $10. (Niesel)

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