On a wooded hillside in a suburb of Zurich, Switzerland, a carriage drew up outside the imposing grey stone building that housed the Burgholzli psychiatric hospital. Inside the carriage was an year-old Russian girl named Sabina Spielrein, accompanied by her uncle and a police officer. She had been referred by another psychiatric hospital unable to cope with her behaviour. When she entered Burgholzli it was not hard to see why. The young psychiatrist who took the notes was Carl Gustav Jung.
Keira Knightley in A Dangerous Method: Sex, spanking and a bitter feud
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She's usually so cool, co calm. Keira told Culture magazine: "We only had one or two shots maximum. It was a vodka shot to calm our nerves and away you go really. Then we had champagne. We drank quite a lot of champagne actually.
Keira Knightley: 'only Brits like sadomasochistic sex scenes in A Dangerous Method'
She was later seen dancing and smiling with Fassbender at the after party at 34 Restaurant, central London. In the film she plays psycho-analyst Carl Jung's patient and lover, Sabina Spielrein and appears topless, tied to a bed while Fassbender, who plays Jung, spanks her behind. Knightley attended the gala screening in a Burberry dress, Chanel accessories and Loubotin shoes.
Much of our culture is geared toward attitude and emotion, rather than ideas. The forms of civilization—standards and values, ideals of behavior, the great arts and philosophies, the relations of social power—that once endowed and interpreted the image of a man or woman who embodied personal control, cordiality, and knowledge, as a figure of mastery and respect are descendant, not ascendant. The ideals of the gentleman and the lady no longer inspire or threaten.