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Fictional vignettes enliven chapters in the book, and an omniscient narrator commands attention between live-action scenes.One would expect the explicit nature of this material to be sexy or campy, but it's really not.--Trinie Dalton If you have had a medical education, particularly in psychiatry, or clinical psychology, you will at a minimum have heard of von Krafft-Ebing."Psychopathia Sexualis: eine Klinisch-Forensische Studie" (Sexual Psychopathy: A Clinical-Forensic Study) published in 1886 was a seminal work in the medical diagnosis, and treatment of sexual dysfunction.130 years later we take a very different approach which is why I liked this cinematic presentation.I would, however, recommend just buying the actual book rather than the case histories.I was surprised that this edition of Krafft Ebing's classic work on bizarre sex had no reader reviews.It also reminds us that, like our ancestors, we still find the inclinations of the human heart to be a mystery, in spite of the Sexual Revolution, in spite of scientific advances of the past 100 years since Krafft-Ebing, in spite of living in a supposedly more enlightened age.This movie claims to be a documentary based on a book written in the early 18th century..white that might be true, I felt it a waste of film.
Subject matters change quickly and unexpectedly, leaving no topic actually answered or finished in any way. I very much enjoyed this depiction of Kraft-Ebing's Compendium of Repressed Eroticism.But in general, the film's sections such as "Manifestations," "Methods of Treatment," and "Melancholia" are too belabored to intriguingly reflect the text's case studies."Methods of Treatment" portrays the dire Victorian asylum, but not in any new light.The scene of a man cowering under his dominatrix's heeled boot is dulled by slow pace.A man getting hypnotized with metronome by Sigmund Freud's teacher (Ebbing) practically hypnotizes the viewer with its severe mood.