Synopsis: Anthony McCall, Claire Pajaczkowska, Andrew Tyndall and Jane Weinstock pick out dialogues from a Freudian case study between analist and patient and highlight the role of female sexuality and the phallocentric discourse through using TV-commercials and pornclips.
"[The film] begins with a monologue of a female voice, recapitulating a dispute about the ideological questionableness of psychoanalysis... In the main part, the treatment of Dora, a young woman with symptoms of hysteria, by Sigmund Freud is reconstructed following his case study published in 1905. In the feminist discussion of Freudian theory, the case is already of central interest, because Dora eluded herself from the grasp of the models of interpretation and the prescribed terminology of Freudian psychoanalysis and cancelled the treatment. The scenic reconstruction consequently aims at the inconsistencies and gaps of Freudian analysis." (Kraft Wetzel)