Playing another character with abundant facial hair and a destructive drug habit, Michael Kitchen appears opposite David Suchet in Freud (1984) as the acclaimed neurologist’s friend and colleague, Ernst von Fleischl-Marxow, “…a pleasant departure too from this actor’s stock of ironic flyboys and flawed heroes”, wrote Russell Davies in his review for The Observer (Sep. 24, 1984).

bplutchak said:

Wow. I don’t usually like MK with a beard. Apparently, I’ve been seeing the wrong beard.

Haha, exactly what I thought when I first saw MK in Freud.


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