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Genre: Comedy / Romance
Director(s): Tanya Wexler
Release Date: 14 December 2011
Movie rating: 6.7
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What is the movie Hysteria about?
Hysteria is a pretty harsh title for what awaits for the viewers. With original story written by Howard Gensler, then adapted by Jonah Lisa Dyer and Stephen Dyer into a magnificent screenplay, ready for Tanya Wexler to direct it in a hilarious comedy movie. This piece is not suitable for younger audience because of the story itself. it all begins in late 19th century, as the viewers get to see how many illnesses were treated in that time. Without many useful devices that were created a lot after this period, one of the illnesses that were treated in that period was also hysteria. What was the procedure for that? Patients got a so called "pelvic massage" as part of their treatment. This procedure is today called masturbation. But, then, its efficiency was measured by the orgasm of the woman. After the usual doctor Mortimer Granville (Hugh Dancy) got cramps from pleasing ladies in the town, he was in the need of a new assistant. Dr Robert Dalrymple (Jonathan Pryce) was one of them. Him and his young assistant invented a machine that will to the work for them. One of them was as a test subject. When she got out of the medical office satisfied, she spread the rumours. And as the treatment got lots of ladies attracted, their business started to bloom. So, there was a new breakthrough in the field of both pleasing and medicine. This comedy piece will make you laugh throughout the whole movie.
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