When Nietzsche Wept | Full Drama Movie | WORLD MOVIE CENTRAL

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[Music] [Music] dr broya i must see you on the matter of life or death [Music] meet me at nine tomorrow morning at the cafe rosa a matter of life or death [Music] thank you how do you do may i
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would you like a coffee yes cafe latte wager cafe latte please my friend is preparing to kill himself this man's death would have momentous consequences for me for you for all of the world who is this friend the philosopher friedrich nietzsche nietzsche should i know of him not yet but in time we shall all know of him how do we confirm a truth because truth has arrived that through disbelief and skepticism and not through some
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child-like wishing something were so the desire to be in god's hands is not true it is a child's wish for the everlasting bloated nipple we have evolutionary theory evolutionary theory scientifically demonstrates god's darwin himself had not the courage to follow his evidence to its true conclusion so we're out surely you must realize we all have created god and all of us together
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have killed him god is dead my friend is sick what is the nature of his illness headaches tormenting headaches my dear lady i will see your friend i'm a physician i know you can cure his physical condition that is not why i'm here nietzsche suffers from the deepest despair that is what i ask you to hear i cannot cure despair ah but you can doctor i have a spy
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my brother a medical student attended a class with you described a new technique the talking cure now i can arrange to steer nietzsche to your office but he must believe you're treating only his headaches tell me is yours a russian accent it is well perhaps the people in russia believe in sorcerers but sorry freyling i'm austin i have no magic to offer you may i walk you back to your hotel i would enjoy that but my wife would be watching from the window i have a duty
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it is my duty to be free of duty doctor save nature [Music] i am sorry i had hoped it was hepatitis how long do i have it is best you put your affairs in order please doctor how long
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please tell us three to six months are you all right doctor make sure the fighters are never built again of course and cancel all their outstanding debts to me of course a far-line psalmy has suddenly arrived a very grand young woman surely in but follower vault has been waiting for hours [Music] i see you like to do things for yourself doesn't that deprive men the pleasure of serving you we both know that some of the services
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men provide are not necessarily good for vermin the habits of a lifetime are not easily extinguished my dear your future husband will need extensive retraining no husband for me ever i would not do that to a man oh you use this new technique do not attempt to use this mesmerism method with nature our patient would refuse to engage in any process he perceives as surrendering his power to another and are you responsible for our patients despair
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he believes i am where has god gone i shall tell you god is dead and we all have killed him you you you and i darn it burn you in heaven after the death of buddha his shadow was shown for centuries in caves a gruesome gruesome shadow we punish your satan well given the way of people listen to caves thank you for thousands of years in which god's shadow will still be shown vanquish the shadow within yourself finally really meet lucella brilliant poet from
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russia fascinating lecture to fall on so few years why are people so afraid of you professor oh truth is a fearsome thing why do you say god is dead and not that he never existed what do you think that god has ceased to be a reckoning for some people's lives an interesting interpretation but if god is dead then everything is permitted no morals no rules without god
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who will organize a society what is the solution to your godless proposition from what styles have we dropped down to each other here have it is in i was immediately attracted to seduced by his intellect we could say so much to each other with half sentences mere gestures he became obsessed proposing marriage after her first meeting i was attracted
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to but not romantically i wanted to learn not to submit my refusal turned his love into hatred he wrote me these crazed insulting letters then he wrote about killing himself so if i understand you correctly you want me to persuade nietzsche that his life is worth living but i must accomplish this without him knowing it you are the only doctor qualified for
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this psychological treatment a far-revolt is still waiting and still suffering one more thing you must read his books i shall do everything i can to help your friend [Music] good night dr boyle good night [Music] where are you racing to the most charming woman in vienna has invited me
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for dinner a more charming husband is on his way home this very minute jump in ziggy i diagnosed liver cancer today i'll never get used to my patients dying well get used to it young dr freud [Applause] the children are eating say hello to them [Music] my little chickens see what i mean ziggy he hardly talks to me hello by the way i've taken on a new patient i haven't met him yet suicidal tendencies
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as always it starts with a woman but joseph lovesickness is not a medical condition the story gets even better because the woman feels guilty she wants me to sneak in a cure for his psychological distress while at the same time i address his physical ailments surely you're not going to attempt this i have already agreed why i don't even know myself perhaps i need a challenge like this
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you cannot say no to this woman she could persuade a horse to lay eggs our plan is working doctor overback has persuaded nietzsche to consult you neither i nor nietzsche shall ever forget your kindness in these the professor is here send me good day here professor please please have a seat tell me about your illness would it be more efficient to
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review my previous consultations i'm sure they are excellent physicians thank you but i make my own diagnosis before reviewing those of my colleagues just as i prefer to see a play before reading the reviews [Music] [Music] tell me professor to what extent does melancholia accompany these migraine attacks i have my black periods but who does not they do not have me they're not on my illness
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but of my being your life dominated by black periods is a breeding ground for despair despair no perhaps once but not now no i'm just pregnant here my headaches are the labor pains [Music] young prophet bursting with wisdom and courage and truthfulness decides to enlighten the people i teach you the evil mensch man is something that must be overcome what have you done to overcome man
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what is the ape to man a laughingstock or a thing of shame just that man shall be to the evenment the people refuse to understand his words and the prophet realizing he's come too soon returns to his solitude so like zarathustra i come too soon i must ask you a personal question physical well-being is not separable from social and psychological well-being
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is there someone with whom you have you referring to sex well i have found that a flash of bistro pleasure is followed by hours of self-loathing so such herd pleasures are not funny but is there a woman in your life every time i have attempted to build a footbridge to others i have been betrayed first there was the composer ricardo wagner
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i have suffered because of him and later my best friend with that woman tell me more about that woman and why it's connected to your illness trust me on this i cannot afford to trust again then i believe a professor that we can proceed no further have a safe journey home therefore
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[Music] are you all right can we meet again friday afternoon same time good night breathe deeply better did you have any dreams last night yes i dreamt you were making love to me really yes i'm just going to examine you don't worry this is perfectly normal what are you doing procedure what
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stop it [Applause] what are you doing dr blair that was horrible horrible doctor you are now a free man go back to your syphilis he's mine he's the best [Music] [Applause] [Music]
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[Applause] [Music] [Applause] [Music] uh there was a time in our lives when we were so close that nothing seemed to obstruct our friendship when only a footbridge separated us i asked you do you want to cross the footbridge to me but you did not want to what do you make with ziggy i'm not sure let's reason it out the first men can no longer cross
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because he feels he is submitting his power to the other person yes yes you're right he interprets any expression of positive sentiment as a bid for power it makes it almost impossible to get close to him it's all here that's it and revealed his identity and why not perhaps if you land this book to ziggy you won't hide in your study all night reading it matilda stop what am i to do when i watch you withdraw more and more from me and the children
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first that woman now this nietzsche friedrich nietzsche to this day i regret listening to you the transfer of birther to another doctor remains one of the great fames of my life excellent books very few copies have been sold then your publisher is a fool for not championing these with his life's blood your writing is short brief sentences but it is my ambition to say in 10 sentences what others say in the whole book
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as to your migraines i believe the fundamental cause lies in stress due to upsetting events in your work your family your personal relationships have i've given up teaching i have no home to look after and a wife to quarrel with no children to discipline i have no obligations to anyone i have no stress your extreme isolation is stressing itself great thinkers choose their own company no undisturbed by the mob consider thorough spinoza
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buddha professor stress is our enemy my task is to help you reduce stress in your life i propose that you enter my lawson clinic for one month of observation and treatment we have new medications for migraine i will visit you daily i'm unable to pay for such services money doesn't matter to me it will be free and why are you doing this you came to me for help i offer it i'm a
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doctor far too simple human motivation is far more complex what is your motive why are you here because of strong pressure from my friends and my headaches i ask again what is your motive if you don't request payment for such services one practice is one's profession a cobbler cobbles a baker bakes a doctor doctors why do you write why philosophize you you are nothing from your work i do not claim i philosophize for you whereas you'd have to continue to pretend that your motive is to serve me
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and such claims have nothing to do with human motivation now what are your motives my motives yes my motives who can answer such a question i believe you are destined to become a great philosopher my mission is to aid you in becoming who you are you as my savior can become even greater i did not say that you know my patients are the leading scientists artists and musicians in vienna yes and at this moment you use their eminence to enhance your authority with me i will never exploit your name i
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will still be used by you nonsense city your charity your techniques to help me to manage me all of these make you stronger at my expense this is a perfect example of why you cannot dissect your own psyche your vision is blurred professor you need help you are about to make a mistake haven't go already you crazed deluded [Music] [Music]
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shabbat shalom [Music] ah um come here ah be your patient nietzsche he's down in my hotel [Music] get me some ice dear god bring me some blankets a professor friedrich take the pain
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take the pain in you will feel better help me [Music] [Music] that much coral is a poison or the sleeping juicer you could have died oh living dying who cares i shall be in your office tomorrow is what i owe before my train leaves for barcelona basel yes surely not not until this crisis is over i'm leaving tomorrow [Music]
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you know part of me holds some strange hope that by helping this bizarre creature overcome his own suffering i might defeat my own defeat your suffering you're the envy of every doctor in vienna when phil sings at 40 that one cannot possibly know at 25. i must stop him from leaving there must be a way perhaps if you had fully disclosed yourself to nietzsche you might have engaged him
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once you gain his trust he might open up like a steamed clam i think i know where ziggy i think i know a way your documents and receipted professor i'll feel them probably the thing professor nietzsche may i have a word before you leave i have a proposition to make professor perhaps never before made by a doctor to his patient i propose a professional exchange
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for one month i will act as physician to your body if you were like this physician to my mind what do you mean but you doctor me and i i teach you philosophy no no no not teach me heal me but for what despair i see no despair not on the surface but underneath my mind is invaded by alien thoughts
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i've lost sight of where i live i'm terrified of death yet i often think of ending my life but i cannot help you with this i have no training who is trained such healing is not a part of the medical discipline what do i know of this you know more than any man alive aren't your books entire treaties on despair i can't cure despair i only know how to tolerate it then teach me how to tolerate a life of
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despair you write that your mission is to save humankind from illusion and aimlessness to create a new code of behavior a new morality free of superstition it's all there in your books this is my offer you enter my clinic for 30 days i will observe and treat your medical illness daily in return you become my physician
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and help me talk about my life's concerns look i'm indebted to you more than any man you saved my life i'm just a writer i'm not a doctor you can pay your debt by saving my life the way i saved yours so what i do this for you to relieve my debt my motivation is entirely self-serving i want to save my life
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but are you strong enough to do this [Music] i will persuade him that he is the only one who can help and then what then i will reverse the rules he will once again be the patient and i will be the physician and what happens when nietzsche turns you to cure his despair ziggy i'm convinced there's something healing in unburdening look at the catholics their priests have
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been offering confessions for centuries nietzsche is a solitary man yet a few nights ago he opened up to me a real plea for help help me what you saw in his unconscious desires those that if they were liberated could scream for help in daylight the goal of my talking cure is to liberate those buried desires to allow the patient to ask for help openly
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but is liberation the right term isn't it integration that we are after integration of the unconscious weight of conscious yes yes [Music] very good take a seat remove your stethoscope and your coat as well i made a list of your complaints one you have a general unhappiness two you are besieged by alien thoughts
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three self-hatred form fear of aging five fear of death six urges towards suicide anything else i feel completely remote and distant from my wife trapped in a world not of my own choosing and there's that one more problem now no you make me feel uncomfortable it is my task to make you feel comfortless no no professor your approach is all wrong mr broyle we made an agreement here
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mr breuer do you want us to proceed mr prayer you mentioned your wife last which tells me it begins there what initiated this change in your feelings children two years ago i took on the case of a young woman this patient i i gave her the pseudonym anna oh suffers from what we doctors call hysterical behavior during our daily meetings she
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opened up to me shared the details of every disturbing event of the last 24 hours she called these confessions chimney sweeping i prefer to call it the talking cure unfortunately the course of treatment was terminated by its insane ending oh i fell in love with my patient she and her mother were friendly with my wife stop it berta
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i'm pregnant i'm pregnant with your husband's baby [Music] ah here comes dr warriors little baby [Music] [Laughter] [Music] it was the delirium speaking of course her her illness but my wife forbade me to see her again what did you do i'm sorry my dear i
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cannot be your doctor anymore but i've done nothing wrong of course you haven't i will refer you to a colleague of mine he will take good care of you please don't let me go please i have no choice you will always be the only man in my life always can you imagine how terrible it was to hear those words they were evidence of the damage i had done i left her weakened
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crippled you are responsible for all of your thoughts and deeds but she by virtue of this so-called illness she is examinated from everything who has damaged whom who has weakened whom doesn't this [ __ ] bursa as you call her have greater power over you an excellent beginning he even developed
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a list of my problems [Music] intelligent yet blind sincere but devious let him continue to think that this is what we are doing he is possessed by a woman who shreds him to pieces and he licks her bloody fires i love it yourself what do you love freddie tchaikovsky why swan lake [Music]
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joseph look we're running out of time [Music] [Music] [Laughter] [Music] will never hurt [Music] i feared that after yesterday's confessions you would think less of me do not worry about what others think of you i suspect you find sex disagreeable i did not object to sense what i hate is the man who begs for
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who surrenders himself to some crafty woman who turns his lust into her strength lust is part of life and nothing must interfere with the development of the hero which is inside you and if lust stands in the way lust must be overcome be more practical all you give me a quote from your books philosophy the first time i've attempted to put my philosophy into practical choose between comfort yeah and the truth are they mutually exclusive you want to
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choose the pleasure of growth prepare yourself for some pain want less pain shrink go be part of the herd [Music] look at this tree requires stormy weather if it is to attain its proud height creativity and discovery i wish for simple things to sleep without nightmares to live without tension lie down why it's the best inducement
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for recalling memories lie down please close your eyes let us imagine an icy mountain peak and we see this little man trudging to the top he's looking into the horror of his existence he's encountering time's devouring jaws but he sees too much his insignificance this mere little speck that he is
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and now his fear becomes so war that he welcomes lust into his mind and he stops looking into this castle and he begins to spend his time recollecting these miracles is how his little crippled birther moves her legs her lips and her arms and her breast and his mind which was built for the noblest of ideas
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becomes clocked now with trash and that is how he is today he is just rummaging through the rubbish of beth as if it contained the answer to his prayers well what you think of this man yourself open your eyes open your eyes talk to me also this is my way
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where is yours [Music] he asked you to lie on the couch why he said it was the best way for recalling memories interesting he is honoring his contract but offers no support my confessions have failed to produce even the slightest admission of his own obsession is your frustration rooted in your competition with you not at all i'm a physician c i do not meet with my patient for my pleasure joseph
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i've read his books he has more penetrating knowledge of mankind than any other person i think he may be perhaps the greatest psychologist who has ever lived you can best help him by letting him help you [Music] [Music] in
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[Music] [Music] oh [Music] joseph it's after midnight are you coming to bed soon where is my wife [Music] oh
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[Music] you will never regret it joseph never [Music] i feel healthy i wish to waste none of our precious time on these physical exams before we begin the last time we met you called me joseph i like that should we use first names friedrich or fritz friedrich my best friend at school was called
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friedrich he used to call me the lad of infinite promise what happened to the love he became a successful doctor i'm respected and rich then you have fulfilled your goals you are you are satisfied i have fulfilled my goals yes am i satisfied no how did you choose your goals no don't don't think just chimney sweep
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goals are part of my culture that in the air you breed them in like every young jewish boy i wanted to climb out of the ghetto to succeed my father was the great teacher of my life no papa no joseph i won't encourage bad habits no i never chose goals were just there like like an accident and yet not to take possession of your goals it's just that let your life be an accident
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what is wrong with you i've had a sudden and very painful understanding of the obvious time is irreversible the sands of my life are running out i'm in lockstep with all people marching towards my death so you see clear vision as a wound knowing that as my death approaches an impotent and insignificant yes does not mean existence has no purpose on the contrary as death creeps closer the value of lies increases you must
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learn to say yes joseph but say yes to every minute of life be passionate be a free thinking spirit rise above your limitations be sober please please fireline will you take a seat the russian is here let her wait [Music] good afternoon frank bettick please take a seat hey schubert hello please take a seat the doctor will be with you shortly
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please understand i'm very sorry please the doctor just need a seat poor petty the doctor can seem [Music] what a pleasure i had forgotten then look more carefully this time i'm distressed that having so little time to offer you the price of success doctor you like to live dangerously tell me why didn't you write so that i could arrange a proper time for you
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i am concerned about our patient our patient have you graduated from medical school since our last meeting you must read these letters nietzsche sent me he writes as if to punish me you are a woman without sensitivity or spirit incapable of love i predator clothes as a house kit why does he regard me as such a monster i deserve to know the outcome of my efforts the outcome of your experiment
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it's been lovely to see you but i must return to my work very easy i cannot tell you where he stays or the state of his condition you turn your back to me i cannot violate my patience privacy perhaps you are not capable of being hypnotized perhaps i didn't tell you she left some of nietzsche's letters with me hmm and he berates me for feeding at the trough of lust and all the while he
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himself just like me is rummaging through the trash of his own mind [Music] if you think you should be answered before his falsifications may remind you of your own of the deceptive premise of your arrangement with him of the two patients in this relationship i have become the more urgent case [Music]
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what are you doing soldier trying to kill myself sir carry on soldier yes sir general help me please [Music] the interesting thing is that in my dream the general was you but why me a symbol of your unwillingness to join me in a down-to-earth manner perhaps be open with me i presume that like all men who have
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suffered from lovesickness have you ever tasted the pain of love yes and i must know let me remind you of gerso's words be a man to not follow me but yourself teaching philosophy and using it in the real world are very different undertakings you wish for something to soothe you now then go suckle on the tip of superstition whatever you do don't go to reason
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unfortunately the theatrical director of my mind the one who stages all these scenes with bertha is unaffected by reason of course not what reasonable man could love such a [ __ ] oh stop it that is intelligent beautiful and loving loving how she tried to seduce you into adultery almost destroyed you you are too hard on her well next time you go to her don't forget to bring your wick yes i think to love such a woman is to hate life better is a fine woman
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may i remind you she became ill because of her father's death and now remind you all fathers die i think the time for excuses is over [Music] you will always be the only man in my life friedrich i need your help attack my obsession it's ruining me do you want war yes you will follow my directives without question absolutely sit please close your eyes
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imagine your life with better but i don't want jesus relax now you're starting your day you're having your breakfast with honorable i want you to compose a list of ten insults and i want you to hurl the matter to her face yes hot like
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ugly precisely ugly yes ugly scream it out ugly stupid cow how is she responding i love you banish the tranquil id you've composed see bertha as she would be now each morning spasms her arms and legs and spasms cross-eyed mute hallucinating stuttering
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[Applause] [Music] see her as the infant she longs to revert to [Music] see her as an adult sitting on the toilet as she does each day hi joseph [Music] if you are alone and even begin to think of her shout go away i hate you as loud as you can you pinch yourself as hard as you can say it go away tease yourself
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clean yourself piece yourself go away i hate you no sir listen to me if you're ever alone you even begin to think about her you shall go away i hate you as loud as you can say it i hate you i hate you i hate you i hate you i hate you i hate you say it i hate you say it yourself if you're ever alone you even begin to think of her you shall go away i hate you as loud as you can say it as loud as you can say it i hate you go away i hate you
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i love you go away what are we waiting for fishman [Applause] [Music] [Music] [Music] your heart is strong the mind is close to bursting after yesterday i feel like a bear being drained to dance it's true i've lowered you and myself and the teacher should be a razor of men
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we are missing something yes we've neglected to understand the meaning behind your obsession how can we discover the meaning of something that i myself have concealed by talking about it what would your life be if there was no better life without better would be a colorless one everything would be decided this medical bag these black clothes
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i'm a scientist yet science has no color i need passion i need magic that's what berta represents life without passion without mystery who can live such a life [Music] but he is expecting me your lord a mystery your lord to danger i hate danger i live my life safely living safely is what's dangerous living safely is dangerous
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there nicho here check again there is no professor nietzsche here [Music] perhaps better represents my desire to escape my deadly safe life the trap of time time is our burden joseph the greatest challenge is to live in spite of it [Music] [Music]
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i hate women with lips why you show me this because she has a combination of lips eyes and breasts give her almost superhuman powers powers to do what when i'm with her i feel that i'm in the center of an orderly tranquil universe an intensely beautiful place where there are no questions about life or purpose
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like walking on clouds where do your thoughts go now her eyes they glisten she doesn't speak yet she talks to me and what does she say she says joseph you are adorable and in that moment i am when she told me one day that she dreamed of us making love i was ecstatic
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what a victory to enter a place where no man has ever been have you ever known a better frederick friedrich i once knew a woman who could not be denied yes and tell me more about this woman what was her name do you still love her we are more in love with desire than the desired [Music] [Music]
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the [Music] foreign [Music] these sessions with nature have become the center of my day [Music] [Applause]
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perhaps in 50 years this talking cure might develop into precise science i thought i could help him no longer he has everything to offer me [Music] i'm wondering if part of this talking cure process involves learning what the patient transfers to his doctor [Music] what would it be to live as nietzsche lives no house no obligations no wife
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no responsibilities [Music] goodbye my dear lou i won't see you again you've caused damage you've done harm and not only to me but to all people who loved me and this sword hangs over you
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but i hope you'll make good to power what you couldn't make good to me yes you make music sick rick up oh you are sick you are sick okay [Music] you're [Music]
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i hate you [Applause] [Music] you made music [Music] frites treats [Music]
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look at me talk to my animals friends hey i visit my parents grave once a month would you like to come with me today it's less than one hour's ride from the city didn't you tell me your mother's name was better she died when i was three i have very few memories of her no conscious memories are you suggesting i love bertha because she and my mother share the same name
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my mother is hardly real to me better pappenheim is the most real thing in my life i think your obsession with berto has never been about better a year after my father died i had a dream this grave opens and my father rises up and he runs to this church it's where he preached and he grabbed this small child and he climbed back
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into the grave i always believed that the stream predicted my brother's death but i suspect it was my own it was my own fear i was that boy in my father's arms same fears expressed in your dream where you plunge towards this closed coffin who is inside the coffin yourself i don't remember who is the one who stops you from falling your death
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your [ __ ] will be also or perhaps your mother the real person who yourself who is inside the coffin i can still see her face she's smiling at me your mother how could she leave me i never really let her go perhaps adult figures enter a child's mind and refuse to leave but you must be as frightened as i am of death and godlessness we must die
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but at the right time death only loses its terror when one has consummated one's life have you consummated your life i have achieved a great deal what have you lived your life have you been lived by it you stand outside your life grieving for some life that you you've never lived i cannot change my life i have my family
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my patients students it's too late i cannot tell you how to live differently if i did you'd still be living by some others design but perhaps i could give you a gift for joseph maybe i could give you a thought what if some demon were to say to you that this life as you now live it and have lived it in the past you would have to live once more but innumerable times more
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there will be nothing new in it every pain every joy every unutterably small or great thing in your life would just return to you the same succession same sequence again and again like an hourglass of time imagine infinity consider the possibility that every action you choose you choose for all time
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then all on the lived life would remain inside you unlived throughout eternity you like this idea you hate it which i hate it why the only thing i love about my life is the thought that i have fulfilled my duties to my wife and children your duty is a sham yourself
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it's the curtain you hide behind to truly build your children you be yourself first and that's your wife that's the breaker from this prison you share and be broken by it are you sure about this to continue with the sense that i have not lived and i have not tasted freedom the idea fills me with horror help me see [Music] [Music]
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[Music] and you two are free [Music] freedom this is madness suddenly i find that i am old i am facing death without having lived my life since when is there your life and my life we made a covenant to share our lives leave if you want but not until i tell you about the cruel joke of freedom i wish i had your freedom
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freedom of a man to obtain an education to choose a profession i wish i had the vocabulary the logic to express just how foolish you sound matilda if i am able to find my life we will both be better off perhaps i will come back to this life but it must be my choice have you forgotten about the choice you made in marrying me what choices does the deserted wife have you are young rich attractive you will be as free as i am we have three children but tilda i
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should have been i before i became we word word words show that you cannot live in words i choose my life to yosef and i choose to tell you you cannot return to this house because it will no longer be your home once you leave i will no longer be your wife say goodbye to your father children forever please pop i don't leave get out then
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leave because that's what you want i'm still your father no you're not my father anymore [Music] robert goodbye my little kids i only have one life please [Music] so nietzsche is right my freedom has been here all along for the taking now is my last chance
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this is my one and only life i'm looking for beautiful she's in the garden with her doctor should i inform her you're here no thank you i should wait please wait for her upstairs thank you i love you you will always be the only man in my life [Applause] joseph how are you how could i have given up everything
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you'd given up everything long before you met me yes but now i have nothing and nothing is everything in order to go strong you must first think your roots deep into nothingness but learn to face your loneliest loneliness my wife my children how could i have left them you must be ready to burn yourself in your own flame how could you become new if you would not first
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become artists [Music] so [Music] so [Music] [Applause]
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[Music] oh hello [Music] [Applause] [Music] what a ridiculous man come back
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[Music] [Music] your neck [Music] come back jose joseph six five you're wide awake now where am i where am i everything's all right joseph ziggy what's happening to me
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you are in your house we'll come back to you i did exactly as you instructed hypnotized you using your watch as a pendulum here it is joseph on your desk yes yes yes i remember how long was i under nearly an hour you wept you looked frightened i asked you if you wanted to stop now i know what it would be like
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to live differently max and rachel arrived for dinner matilda you complain you don't see enough of me yet when i'm here you want to desert me i've been away my dear but now i am back i'm glad you're here dr freud my husband needs a doctor go ahead it's my boyfriend [Music] oh my boy my boy excuse me uh hmm
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have i made you cry it's a good cry sad too i think we did this 15 years ago and i choose to do it again today and every day for the rest of our lives so tell me how did you cast throughout well i was terrified by aging and death i fought back but blindly in desperation i attacked my wife and sold rescue in the arms of one who
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had no rescue to give in a certain sense i've betrayed you yourself i've been so dishonest with you completely i was myself involved with a woman a few months ago her name was lou not so unlike your partner beautiful girl i fell in love she just appeared to be my my twin brain
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my soul's mate and she led me on to believe that i was the man for whom she was destined and i believed her and when i offered myself to her she's earned me in favor of my best friend in the world i must tell you yourself there is not not one day that goes by not even an hour for i do not think of that woman
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she is your birth but you see you've been doing double work here yours and mine i'm like the most cowardly of women aren't i crouched behind your back here letting you face all no dangers all alone you have courage friedrich there is something i must tell you dr breyer how do you do you must read these letters nietzsche has sent me he's in my private letters
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you did see her then yes but i refused her so all of this is just a pretense i made a promise to help you i never betrayed that promise what did you do she took you by the arm told you she had to spend more time with you [Applause] i shared one one holy moment with earthly quarter the only holy moment i've ever known no one fell in love with me ever ever it may have been a holy moment for you but not for her
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what are you saying she never mentioned like alta no i feel such a loss i don't know i think i've lost low and you everything i just how you could extrude better from your mind and you have a family you have your family and i have my pretenses my secret little ways of tolerating my aloneness but i glorify it don't i
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and i just don't want to die alone i'd want my body just to be discovered by its stench lou soften that fear for me for a while but you're right such an illusion such fiji illusion free jake she does care about you she went to extremes to help you if your tears had a voice what would they say i feel so ashamed tell me [Music] my tears would say we're free
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he never let us out until dr breyer opens the gate [Music] and what about the sadness behind those fears it's not sadness it's such belief it's such a relief it's the first time i'm revealing my loneliness it's melting also it's melting away the paradox isolation exists only in isolation one sure that evaporates
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my dear friend we are friends i like saying that no one ever said this to me i like it we are friends friedrich that's good stay with us tonight have supper with me and my family ah would be to abandon my mission yo sir it's time we went our ways we were friends and have become strangers to each other this is as it ought to be
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we do not want either to conceal or obscure the fact as if we had to be ashamed of it we are two ships each of which has its goal and this course and finally dr bryan we have to become strangers to one another because it's the law to which we are subject have a safe journey my dear friend [Music]
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