Keira Knightley Premieres "A Dangerous Method" at BFI
Clad in designer duds, the gorgeous actress and her handsome co-stars posed for plenty of pictures at the Odeon West End venue before heading inside for their movie’s first screening as part of the 55th BFI London Film Festival.
Director David Cronenberg told press it was a challenging film given the dynamic between main characters Carl Jung and Sigmund Freud played Fassbender and Mortensen.
"Jung became a religious leader, so to me as an atheist, that makes it hard for me to follow where he went. That doesn't mean Jung's version of psychoanalysis can't work, because it does work for people with a certain kind of mentality or temperament, but personally, I feel much closer to Freud, who was much more down-to-earth and realistic," he told.
Enjoy the pictures of Keira Knightley, Viggo Mortensen and Michael Fassbender at the BFI Film Festival premiere of "A Dangerous Method" (October 24).