Princesse Marie  

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Princesse Marie est un téléfilm en deux épisodes tourné en 2004 par Benoît Jacquot sur Marie Bonaparte.

Cette princesse est réputée pour avoir beaucoup soutenu Freud et n'a cessé de le promouvoir auprès de ses amis et connaissances.

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  • FIPA de Biarritz : Grand prix du Meilleur Scénario de Télévision 2003


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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