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-[[Princess Marie Bonaparte]] story of her relationship with Sigmund Freud and how she helped his family escape into exile was made into a televsion film, released in [[2004]]. ''[[Princesse Marie]]'' was directed by [[Benoît Jacquot]] and starred [[Catherine Deneuve]] as [[Marie Bonaparte]], and [[Heinz Bennent]] as [[Sigmund Freud]]. +[[Princess Marie Bonaparte]] story of her relationship with Sigmund Freud and how she helped his family escape into exile was made into a television film, released in [[2004]]. ''[[Princesse Marie]]'' was directed by [[Benoît Jacquot]] and starred [[Catherine Deneuve]] as [[Marie Bonaparte]], and [[Heinz Bennent]] as [[Sigmund Freud]].
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Princess Marie Bonaparte story of her relationship with Sigmund Freud and how she helped his family escape into exile was made into a television film, released in 2004. Princesse Marie was directed by Benoît Jacquot and starred Catherine Deneuve as Marie Bonaparte, and Heinz Bennent as Sigmund Freud.



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