PUBLISHED: 21:33, Thu, Apr 2, 2020 | UPDATED: 21:59, Thu, Apr 2, 2020
This new Netflix drama follows the fictionalised life of the founder of psychoanalysis Sigmund Freud who teams up with a psychic medium and a police officer to solve a murder. The dark drama certainly is not for the faint-hearted and the final episode lives up to its disturbing reputation. Here's an explanation of what happened at the end of Freud.
Warning: This article contains spoilers from the season finale of Freud.Viktor and Sophia are no more
Alfred Kiss (played by Georg Friedrich) informs fellow officers there is going to be a planned attack at the royal ball held at Schönbrunn Palace.
Meanwhile, Sophia (Anja Kling) and Viktor (Philipp Hochmair) were putting the plan into action by hypnotising a couple of the ball's attendees which led to an outburst of fighting and bloodshed.
Prince Rudolf (Stefan Konarske) who remains possessed and hypnotized after speaking to medium Fleur (Ella Rumpf) runs to try and attack his father the Emperor.
Thankfully, he is stopped just in time by Freud, Fleur, Kiss and other officers.
Rudolf attempts once more to get to his father but Freud tells the Emperor to repeatedly say “Taltos orders you to sleep” which gets his son to calm down.
Back in the ball though, Viktor and Sophia receive their comeuppance as the police open fire on them, instantly killing them both.
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The Emperor asks for Freud to visit him at the palace so he could try and help Rudolf.
Freud tries to explain to him his son was always an aggressive man but his inner-self was only unleashed after being hypnotised by Fleur.
Freud puts him under hypnosis once