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The TreatmentHandsome, intellectual and successful inspector Nick Cafmeyer has been haunted by the unsolved disappearance of his younger brother, Bjorn since he was 9. Then, when a disturbing case comes to light involving a missing nine-year-old, Nick heads a massive search which turns into a relentless manhunt.
Actors of "The Treatment"
Directors of "The Treatment"Hans HerbotsBirthdate: 13 May 1970, Antwerp, Belgium
Creators of "The Treatment"Mo HayderCarl Joos
Critic Reviews of "The Treatment"Time OutAugust 17, 2015
The suspense is built on obscene foundations, the whole film teetering on the brink of seriously bad taste.Irish TimesMarch 02, 2016
The Treatment is relentlessly sad in tone, utterly vile in content, and brilliantly effective in delivery.Observer (UK)August 23, 2015
Horribly convincing performances add exploitative heft, while Johan Van Essche's production design makes the Boschian hell seem all too real.Radio TimesAugust 20, 2015
A bleak, uncompromising look into the brutal death of innocence.Times (UK)August 20, 2015
The Treatment brought me close to a panicked run for the cinema door on a number of occasions, but I held steady through this compelling and horrifying police search for a Belgian paedophile.GuardianAugust 20, 2015
It is claustrophobic and disquieting, put over with gruesome conviction.Empire MagazineAugust 20, 2015
Tough stuff, but worth a look for Eurocrime fans.The ListAugust 17, 2015
With its unrelenting focus on pain and sadness it's undeniably powerful but a little one-dimensional; by denying us a breadth of emotions it's hard to connect with the story in any meaningful way.Film School RejectsMay 25, 2015
It's a slow-burn that holds the attention through growing suspense and the promise of devastating reveals.Daily Record (UK)March 12, 2015
The subject matter could have been exploitative or cheapened in the wrong hands. But Herbots deftly weaves an intricate, if somewhat baggy, tale.Little White LiesMarch 02, 2015
a film about acts utterly unconscionable, even unimaginable, which Herbots expertly outlines without ever drifting into overexplicitness or sensationalist excess. In place of shock, we get shame...
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