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Carl Gustav Jung - face to face.

Jung, C. G. 1875-1961.
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Carl Gustav Jung, 84 years old at the time of this interview, talks to John Freeman about his life and work. He discusses his friendship with Freud and the factors that set a limit to it. He explains his beliefs concerning the mutual importance of the individual and the collective unconscious. He discusses sin, evil and death and affirms his confidence in the immortality of the psyche.


[Place of publication not identified] : BBC TV, 1959.

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1 videocassette (VHS) (30 min.) : sound, color, PAL.

Copyright note



Photo-dossier relating to this interview presented to the Trust in June 2000 by Herr Rene Boeniger (Delta Film, Zurich), who filmed the interview for A & B Film in 1959, available on request from Medical Film & Video Library.

Creator/production credits

A & B Films Zurich


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