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The suspense is built on obscene foundations, the whole film teetering on the brink of seriously bad taste.
Aside from a few annoying implausibilities, "The Treatment" is smart suspense at its darkest.
The Treatment is a visceral, engaging and gut wrenching thriller of the first degree that will keep you on the edge of your seat right until the very end.
The Treatment is relentlessly sad in tone, utterly vile in content, and brilliantly effective in delivery.
Horribly convincing performances add exploitative heft, while Johan Van Essche's production design makes the Boschian hell seem all too real.
A bleak, uncompromising look into the brutal death of innocence.
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.
It is claustrophobic and disquieting, put over with gruesome conviction.
Tough stuff, but worth a look for Eurocrime fans.
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.
It's a slow-burn that holds the attention through growing suspense and the promise of devastating reveals.
The subject matter could have been exploitative or cheapened in the wrong hands. But Herbots deftly weaves an intricate, if somewhat baggy, tale.
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