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What you’ll find in The Ticket on your newstands, app and online tomorrow: Viggo Mortenson: on playing the father of psychoanalysis, Sigmund Freud, in David Cronenberg’s A Dangerous Method tale of Freud, his pupil Carl Jung and the woman in …

Thu, Feb 9, 2012, 13:54

   

What you’ll find in The Ticket on your newstands, app and online tomorrow:

Viggo Mortenson: on playing the father of psychoanalysis, Sigmund Freud, in David Cronenberg’s A Dangerous Method tale of Freud, his pupil Carl Jung and the woman in the middle.

Jameson Dublin International Film Festival: what to see at this year’s festival which opens in the capital on February 16.

Grand Pocket Orchestra: the GPO tell us how their ‘chongo pop’ is going to take over the world.

Perfume Genius: on the fabulous new album “Put Your Back N 2 It” and the video that was too explicit for YouTube.

Cold Specks: Q&A with Al Spx from Etobicoke, Canada

Booking the Cooks Valentine’s Special: Miss Panti bakes red velvet cupcakes for the day that’s in it.

Plus reviews of new album releases (including Field Music, Perfume Genius, Emeli Sande, Prinzhorn Dance School, Lethal Dialect, John Talabot, Sharon Van Etten, Karen Tweed, Tord Gustavsen Quartet, “Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close OST”, the Punch Brothers), movies (Star Wars: Episode I (3D), Big Miracle, Casablanca, A Dangerous Method, The Muppets, The Vow, Woman in Black), games, apps, listings, news and much, much more.

That’s your winning Ticket in The Irish Times tomorrow in print, online and the best of The Ticket on the app.

The OTR plugs service is now open for business. Please feel free to plug and recommend stuff away to your heart’s content, but remember some simple rules: (a) declare an interest where one should be declared, (b) plugs are accepted on the whim of OTR and may be edited for length/clarity/common sense and (c) plugs which mention a commercial sponsor are really ads and will probably not be published in this slot. Black Keys, Ireland, 2012?

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