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Carl Jung: The Wisdom of the Dream

Carl Jung: The Wisdom of the Dream is a 1989 TV miniseries narrated by Sarah Dunant, on the life and works of the great thinker and psychiatrist Carl Gustav Jung. The series consists of three parts which introduce the concepts of dream interpretation as outlined by Carl Jung using interviews with those who knew him as well as with Jung himself. The first part provides an overview of the major contributions made by Jung in his long career. The second part looks at the collective myths that are shared by different cultures and races throughout the world. And the third and final part shows Jung's influence on modern life through interviews with Jungian analysts including Aniela Jaffe, and Jane Wheelwright.

Part 1 - A Life of Dreams
This part presents an overview of Carl Jung's life and works using film clips, photographs, and interviews with some of his colleagues, as well as with Jung himself.

Part 2 - Inheritance of Dreams
This part focuses on Jung's conception of archetypes - the collective myths that are shared by different cultures and races throughout the world and that make up the collective unconscious.

Part 3 - A World of Dreams
This part shows Jung's influence on modern life through interviews with Jungian analysts including Aniela Jaffe, Jane Wheelwright, James Hillman, and Adolf Guggenbuhl-Craig.


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