Directed by Ranald MacDougall
Written by Ranald MacDougall
Starring Harry Belfonte, Inger Stevens, and Mel Ferrer
Sigmund Freud was a famous proponent for the subconscious and imagery of dreams – he might not have been the first to subscribe to the idea, but he’s the only one most people know about, so he might as well be first. Of course, being a proponent of symbols and the subconscious does not mean he thought everything was symbolic or a result of the subconscious – that reading just stands to reason. After all, if everything is a symbol then nothing is a symbol. Anyway, to put it the way Freud was purported to say himself: sometimes a cigar is just a cigar.