Pervert Play Online
The film is adapted from Richard von Krafft-Ebing's notorious medical book "Sexual Psychopathy" or "Psychopathia Sexualis" (Psychopathia Sexualis). Ebing used traditional clinical psychiatric methods to collect cases of various sexual perversions, and systematically organized and classified them. From its publication in 1886 until Ebbing's death in 1902, the book was reprinted every year. The success of "Sexual Mental Diseases" made Ebing himself promoted from an inconspicuous neurologist to a professor of psychiatry and director of a mental hospital at the University of Vienna, and became an authoritative expert in psychiatric research at that time. More socially significant, the book marks the beginning of medical intervention in human sexual life, breaking the Christian church's monopoly in this area. Shot from excerpts from the book, this film depicts a fantastical turn-of-the-century sexual perversion.