“Divã”: Psychoanalysis at the Movies

By Luiza Moscoso, Contributing Reporter

RIO DE JANEIRO - Sigmund Freud would be proud. A woman in her 40’s discovering herself on a psychoanalyst’s couch is the national film market’s center of attention this week. The feature film “Divã” (“Couch”, in a literal translation) premiered last Friday on the theaters and is expected to be this year’s new big hit since “Se Eu Fosse Você 2” (“If I Were You 2”), the most-watched Brazilian film of 2009 so far, which premiered early January and was already seen by six million people.

Such big expectations have it . . .

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