The Seven-per-cent Solution

The Seven-per-cent Solution

DVD - 2004
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Concerned about his friend's cocaine use, Dr. Watson tricks Sherlock Holmes into traveling to Vienna to be treated by Sigmund Freud. While Freud delves into Holmes' subconscious, Holmes devotes himself to solving a mystery involving the kidnapping of Lola Deveraux.

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LibraryUser53
Feb 08, 2015

On the upside, an interesting non-canonical Holmes mystery story set to film with excellent actors, especially the performance turned in by Alan Arkin playing the part of Sigmund Freud. On the downside, it has the feeling of being both over produced and over acted, tending to take itself too seriously in places. A little less of the dramatic chase scenes and a little more subtlety in the acting would have made for a better film. Still, for Sherlock Holmes fans, worth a watch.

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Ron@Ottawa
Nov 05, 2012

There have been many versions of Sherlock Holmes on the big screen but this one, with Holmes played by Nicol Williamson, is not my favourite. The film is fairly dated (1976) and as a result the DVD images are fussy. I did not find watching it an enjoyable experience despite the presence of some big-name actors.

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