Where Love Reigns (AKA Sabina)
'Where Love Reigns' (AKA Sabina) is a film based on the true story of Sabina Spielrein, a Russian Jewish patient, who in 1904, at the age of 18, was referred to Carl Jung. During her treatment, she and Jung would embark upon a passionate and forbidden love affair. The main body of the story concentrates on the love affair between Sabina and Jung, covering the period between 1904 and 1911, from the moment they first meet to the decline in their relations and eventual split, finally returning to Russia where Sabina's ultimate destiny awaits her.
Adapted from Snoo Wilson's play 'Sabina,' the film has the love affair between Jung and Sabina at its epicentr. The film begins and ends in a dream, allowing Sabina's ghost to come back and tell her tale, vividly exposing the passion, dreams, and significant inspiration she represented to one of the 20th century's most influential figures - an archetypal tragic-heroic tale of madness, genius and sacrifice.
FORMAT: SUPER 35MM
LENGTH: 100 MINS (APPROX)
FILMING LOCATIONS: UK/SOUTH AFRICA
POST PRODUCTION: CANADA