REVIEW: IN TREATMENT SEASON 3
OVERVIEW: One of the most intriguing drama series on television, In Treatment has received the highest of accolades, with critics calling the show “breathtaking…eloquent” (The Wall Street Journal), “sensitive, intimate” (The Boston Globe) and “addictive” (The Philadelphia Daily News). Bringing viewers deeper into the process of psychotherapy than perhaps any previous show, In Treatment: The Complete Third Season picks up as Dr. Paul Weston (Golden Globe® winner Gabriel Byrne, The Usual Suspects) continues to struggle with the aftermath of his recent divorce as well as his move to Brooklyn where he now practices. The four-disc set will be released on October 4, 2011.
In Treatment: The Complete Third Season finds Weston in the midst of new emotional and physical challenges including hand tremors he fears might be the onset of Parkinson’s disease, the announcement that his ex-wife is remarrying and his youngest son’s problems acclimating to life with a stepfather. Meanwhile, he takes on three challenging new patients and turns to a new therapist, Adele (Oscar® nominee Amy Ryan, Gone Baby Gone), who compels him to confront his own deep-rooted fears about his health, divorce, patients and all-encompassing relationship with former therapist Gina Toll.
This season’s patients include Frances (three time Best Actress Oscar® nominee Debra Winger, An Officer and a Gentleman), an aging stage and screen star who has been “blanking out” during rehearsals for a major Broadway role; Sunil (Screen Actors Guild Award winner Irrfan Khan, Slumdog Millionaire), a recent widower and new immigrant from Calcutta, now living with his son’s family in Brooklyn and struggling with life in America; and Jesse (Obie Award winner Dane DeHaan, True Blood), a gay, adopted 16-year-old who was recently contacted by his birth mother.
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