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Matthew Brown lead a q & a session after the screening of the movie at AFI Fest and had some great things to say about Matthew.  “He’s just a joy to work with…”   His main comments about Matthew are from 5:00

Posted by britgirl on October 29th, 2023 under Freud's Last Session, Movie Projects with 0 Comments

There are only a few reviews available so far but we’ve picked some highlights about Matthew Goode’s performance from the reviews that we’ve seen –

Anthony Hopkins And Matthew Goode Deliver Sterling Performances In Intelligent And Heady Drama

Hopkins is once again, you guessed it, awards worthy. What a complete pleasure it continues to be to watch this great actor at the top of his game. Goode is equally fine, even with the less showy role as he perfectly balances Hopkins as well as Moore, his frustrated lover.



Ace Turns by Anthony Hopkins and Matthew Goode

The conversations between the doctor and the don remain stimulating, and the two central performances add to the electricity…

Goode has inhabited a range of roles in such films as Downton Abbey, The Imitation Game, Match Point and The Lookout (in which he made a scary villain). Here, he’s convincing as an intellectual who clearly admires Freud and sincerely wants to help him find consolation. 

[Hollywood reporter]


This is pretty heady material for mass audience entertainment, one that could only work with actors as skilled as Hopkins and Goode. In many ways, Lewis, with his defense of God’s mercy (even as he is suffering from PTSD from WWI), is the more challenging role. An unassuming man, Goode’s Lewis is immediately questioned by his intellectual host, and it’s a joy to see Goode marshaling his strength to go toe-to-toe with the great Freud (and, by extension, the great Hopkins, as well)…

Still, the opportunity to see actors of this quality flex with roles this complex should not be taken lightly. Even if the vehicle that delivers them to us can be wobbly at times, their remarkable work will be the elements for which “Freud’s Last Session” will be remembered for some time to come…

Anthony Hopkins and Matthew Goode are in top form in this imagined meeting between a dying Sigmund Freud and the writer C.S. Lewis, where they battle over the existence of God and the promise of an afterlife.

[Next Best Picture]


Anthony Hopkins and Matthew Goode are commendable in their roles as, respectively, psychoanalyst Sigmund Freud and author C.S. Lewis….

Hopkins has the right weathered look for Freud, who is battling oral cancer, the Oscar-winner giving the iconic doctor a feisty, belittling attitude as he toys with the slightly intimidated younger man. Modest but refusing to back down, Lewis is soft-spoken and unguarded – although Goode relishes the moments his character effectively counter-punches, temporarily knocking the arrogant Freud back on his heels…

Hopkins’ playful surliness and Goode’s debonair wit make for some fun sparring

[Screen Daily]


Freud and Lewis would still be having these arguments if they were alive today, and it packs a punch. Of course, most of that is due to Hopkins and Goode… 

It’s not an insult to Goode to say it’s a pleasant surprise to see him match Hopkins beat for beat. It merely seals his future knighthood. 

[Telly Visions]


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Entertainment Weekly has released this exclusive trailer!

Watch Anthony Hopkins channel Sigmund Freud in Freud’s Last Session trailer

The footage reveals the two-time Oscar winner as the famed founder of psychoanalysis, as well as Matthew Goode as author C.S. Lewis.

“I consider what people tell me far less interesting than what they choose not to tell me.”

With these words, Oscar winner Anthony Hopkins, one of the most prolific actors of his age, transforms into Sigmund Freud, one of the most prolific thinkers of his.

Hopkins stars as the founder of psychoanalysis in Freud’s Last Session, for which EW has an exclusive look at the first trailer. Scheduled for a Dec. 22 theatrical release, the film shows Freud approaching the end of his life. His “last session” is an encounter with the revered author of The Lion, The Witch and the Wardrobe, C.S. Lewis, played by Matthew Goode. (Coincidentally, Hopkins played Lewis in 1993’s Shadowlands.)

Anthony Hopkins, Sigmund Freud

While the movie is not based on a true story, the imaginary encounter takes its characters seriously and places them in London, where Freud moved just prior to the outbreak of the war.

The pair of icons find themselves in a fierce debate over the existence of God as the world around them hurtles toward World War II. The ongoing debate forces them to explore personal relationships of the past and present, including Lewis’ time serving during World War I.

Matthew Goode as C.S. Lewis in 'Freud’s Last Session', C. S. Lewis

Hopkins may be the most revered actor to bring the complicated psychoanalyst to the big screen, though there have been plenty of excellent portrayals of Freud, such as Viggo Mortensen in A Dangerous Method and Montgomery Clift in the John Huston-directed Freud.

The movie is based on a play by Mark St. Germain, which was itself based on the book The Question of God by Armand Nicholi. St. Germain wrote the script for the film, and it was directed by Matt Brown (The Man Who Knew Infinity).

Anthony Hopkins as Sigmund Freud, Matthew Goode as C.S. Lewis in 'Freud’s Last Session'
Anthony Hopkins and Matthew Goode in ‘Freud’s Last Session’. PATRICK REDMOND/SONY PICTURES CLASSICS

Watch EW’s exclusive trailer reveal in the video above.  ⬆️



Posted by britgirl on October 25th, 2023 under Freud's Last Session, Movie Projects with 0 Comments

Meg Thomson, producer of ‘Freud’s Last Session’ posted this new picture on Instagram –


[Meg Thomson – Instagram]

FREUD finishing frenzy! (a.k.a a post post)

Finally put the finishing touches on #freudslastsession — with the first festival screening just days away!

THANK YOU to the team at @lipsync_post and all of the wonderful creatives who contributed throughout post-production: the grading team blinking their eyes after weeks in darkness, guided by @bensmitharddop; the VFX team, adding magic to every moment, the music team, recording at @angelstudiosuk, performing the gorgeous score by @cobybrownmusic ; the sound team, mixing effects, music and dialogue to perfection; and the stalwarts: director @mlbrownla and editor #paultothill, as we bump into our star ⭐️ #matthewgoode in Soho!



Posted by britgirl on October 25th, 2023 under Freud's Last Session, Movie Projects, Uncategorized with 0 Comments

The Colour Room

[Amazon UK]

From dazzlermedia Instagram

The Colour Room is out now on DVD! This stunning period story stars Phoebe Dynevor (Bridgerton) and Matthew Goode (A Discovery of Witches) 🇬🇧💿


“Feel-good gloss that’s hard to resist” ★★★★ The Telegraph
“A fascinating story” ★★★★ The Upcoming
“Phoebe Dynevor dazzles” The Guardian

In the grey industrial British midlands of the 1920s, creative young factory worker Clarice Cliff (Dynevor) makes the bold move to take a lower paying job at a prestigious pottery factory owned by Colley Shorter (Goode). Driven by imagination and ambition, she fights her way through the deep prejudice of an industry caught in devastating economic hardship as she defies expectation and circumstance to become the designer of her own unprecedented ‘Bizarre’ range, ensuring the factory’s survival and becoming a trailblazer of Art deco.

Co-starring Kerry Fox (Rare Beasts) and David Morrissey (The Walking Dead), The Colour Room is directed by Claire McCarthy (Ophelia).

Posted by britgirl on October 20th, 2023 under Movie Projects, The Colour Room with 0 Comments

Information from Deadline –

Sony Pictures Classics has firmed up release plans for its drama Freud’s Last Session, starring Anthony Hopkins and Matthew Goode, which charts the relationship between psychoanalyst Sigmund Freud and author C.S. Lewis. Based on the stage play by Mark St. Germain, who wrote the script, the film opens in theaters in New York and L.A. December 22, with an expansion to follow in January.

Posted by britgirl on October 6th, 2023 under Freud's Last Session, Movie Projects with 0 Comments
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