Pia Skogemann skriver følgende mindeord om Tom Kirsch:
Tom Kirsch er død. De fleste af jer har mødt ham, da han og Jean var i København for få år siden til mini konference, og han var her også til Copenhagen 2013. Han var en stor personlighed, og for nogle af os, blandt andet mig, har han også haft stor personlig betydning. Vi vidste, at han var syg, men det er alligevel et sørgeligt budskab. Han har betydet utrolig meget for jungiansk psykologi og viede hele sit liv i dets tjeneste.
Andrew Samuels og Tom Singer skriver om interviewet:
“This is the most personal, revealing and thought provoking interview he has given. It is fascinating to watch as Kirsch ranges over the whole gamut of issues facing analytical psychology going forward. Equally significant are his mature reflections on life, illness, facing death, and those familial and human dynamics to which he has been exposed. I have known Tom Kirsch for forty years but I got a lovely and fresh angle on my friend from Murray Stein’s perfectly pitched interview.”
-Andrew Samuels, Professor of Analytical Psychology, University of Essex.
“Tom Kirsch’s fundamental modesty, quiet thoughtfulness, deep knowledge of the Jungian tradition, and direct, finely informed feeling shines through every moment of this extraordinary film. Murray Stein’s sensitive and probing questioning allows Dr. Kirsch’s exacting memory of people, places, and issues of different eras in his long life career as a Jungian to flow like the film’s music – with a warmth and beauty that is both touching and enlightening. The film has a wonderful tone – in its color, in its conversation, and in its depth.”
-Tom Singer, M.D.