“Freud’s Last Session” had its world premiere at the AFI Film Festival, where it received solid reviews for its two central performances. It features Anthony Hopkins, playing Sigmund Freud, who is near death and has one last session with C.S. Lewis, played by Matthew Goode. The two deliver intellectual, powerhouse work in this (mostly) chamber-piece drama. Goode was kind enough to spend some time talking with us about his experience working opposite Hopkins, playing Lewis, and more. Be sure to check out the film, now playing in theaters from Sony Pictures Classics, which is up for your consideration at the 96th Academy Awards in all eligible categories. Thank you, and enjoy!
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