Love stories about Jung and Freud and psychoanalysis. Always game to dive in. But I didn't get a chance to finish this movie. I ran out of allotted time and didn't find it engaging enough to re-rent. If Keira Knightly didn't act like she had cerebral palsy, I might have paid another three dollars and watched through to the end. Fassbender and Viggo were wonderful, as were the setting, costumes and story. But Knightly's acting—what the hell was up with that? Even IF convulsing, neck-craning, stammering, eye-darting and jaw-jutting were physical symptoms of abuse for the real Sabina Spielrein, all that twitching was totally distracting and unnecessary. How could Cronenberg allow that? Is he that enamored with her? Keira Knightly seems to act from the outside in. She puts a character on like a (clown) costume instead of inhabiting an emotional core and going from there, so that the audience will actually believe she's in such a state. Physical twitchery would have to be a typical symptom of such abuse for it to register as anything resembling plausible. Is it? Have I missed something in my 47 years?