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Incredible Serious. Downright Captivatingly Real.,
This review is from: In Treatment: Season 1 (DVD)
The palette this series uses to paint emotive, empathic, and richly textured profiles of real problems with people has an alluring and self-therapeutic effect. This sounds cheesy, but after a few episodes you grow and feel a kinship with the characters.
I don't know how to describe how amazingly real this series is. As someone's not only studied therapy and psychology academically, but who has also been "in treatment" for over 100 hours, this is the closest thing to real thing. Byrne is exceptional. Wise, smooth, suave, composed, compassiaonte, and real. His supporting cast (the patients) are equally captivating.
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Initial post: Dec 12, 2014 10:08:29 PM PST
--in treatment for over 100 hours, but you'e doing quite well now John.
Posted on Dec 23, 2014 10:24:38 AM PST
Karen Lamoreaux says:
Exactly! Perfectly stated.
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