In Treatment

In Treatment

Season Three

DVD - 2011
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In Treatment season three continues to center around Dr. Paul Weston who continues to cope with the after-effects of his recent divorce, as well as his move to Brooklyn to continue his practice. In the midst of new emotional and physical challenges (including hand tremors he fears might be the onset of Parkinson's Disease, which killed his father), Paul will be treating three new patients, and will see a new therapist in New York City.
Publisher: [United States] : Home Box Office, [2011]
ISBN: 9780780676442
Branch Call Number: IN SEASON THREE
Characteristics: 4 videodiscs (840 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in


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May 25, 2018

everyone is superb, even extraordinary, apart from Gabriel Byrne, who overacts to within an
inch of his art, I mean, that stutter, after three seasons, gets to be really annoying, and they could've left out all the scenes outside the offices, too much irrelevant information there - but despite all that, this series is seriously outstanding, though for eggheads

Jul 13, 2012

Exceptionally good. It's hard to believe that something of this quality was on TV. Of course it's not for everyone, but if you're the kind of person who listens well, and hears not just what's being said but what's not being said, then you're sure to love this.

Gary Geiserman
Mar 15, 2012

David Simon of “The Wire”/”Treme” once said, “...we already know from previous episodes how bad this is gonna be...every scene playing backwards...”. Gravitas is knowing what every scene means. Everything along the way snowballs to meaning. Purposeful writing/camerawork/editing place ‘memory’ throughout the narrative and as scenes, episodes progress many things build and attract ‘families of resonance’ around themselves. The clock is running and you have to be on your toes to pay up. It’s not just the therapist who has to re-member things. Be as smart as you can for this one.

Very very few a/v projects do any thing but cliches, but this is such a quality work that it is real seeming (the real reality, not that necro-scam crap circus producers do on ‘Reality’ tv). Yeah, it’s like being a therapist or patient, and that’s delish! Just as Gabriel Byrne remembers all, so are we membered into a great corner. This is a ‘freakin‘ ‘ THRILLER. Like the “Telltale Heart”, hearts beat. And they mean it.

Best acting all around as usual. Taken from an Israeli show I haven’t seen (the Jews invented therapy, I think, or at least made it a participatary event that is fun). Amy Ryan, as good as any actor today, wasn’t even a stand-out, that’s how good they all are. Btw, MOST actors are very good if they are pushed. Pushed by the material and by the wranglers (director et al). Most actors are very very good. Keep that in mind when critiquing work; most work sucks.

Thanks yet again to Marky Mark Wahlberg for producing/supporting another top notch spiritual project. This aint your average underware model....(who does he hang wit?)

So, you have to concentrate and be wise to watch this tv. You have to be smart and love humanity to watch this show. You have to feel ideas and create synergy to appreciate this gift of a a/v.

Mar 11, 2012

Definitely on the Recommended List. *All* actors give remarkable performances.

Dec 10, 2011

Season three of In Treatment has a different format than the previous two seasons. There are three patients rather than four and each DVD disc covers two weeks at a time, except for week seven. Having trouble sleeping and fearful of the onset of Parkinson's disease, Paul starts talk therapy with a new therapist. Paul's patients are very troubled and the sessions are pretty intense. The new therapist also has her hands full as Paul is a difficult patient as well.

Dec 10, 2011

Amazing Series. Season Three is great with the always amazing Gabriel Byrne. Amy Ryan is the new therapist Dr. Weston starts to have weekly sessions with (replacing Dianne Wiest). The standouts are Debra Winger and Ifran Khan as the patients Dr. Weston treats. A must see series to get into. Addictive.

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