“Variety” Offers High Praise for “In Treatment”, Season Two

Brian Lowry’s review is enthusiastic, to say the least: “After what I considered a rocky start — an interesting format, inconsistently and often heavy-handedly executed — the second season of HBO’s “In Treatment” is by every measure more satisfying than the first: less self-conscious and stagy, more convincing, with an upgraded […]

“In Treatment” Has a Posse at Facebook!

Join the almost 7,000 fans already signed up at the In Treatment Facebook page. You can write on the Wall, see all your fellow fans, and even write a review. The countdown to April 5 has officially begun! smile  

In Treatment Season One DVD Available March 24 in US

Update: Finally, finally, and finally. The DVD is ours. Film.com has a tasty review [This article is no longer available on the Internet]: Even by HBO standards, In Treatment is an innovative show. Most of the 48 episodes show a brilliant, troubled therapist (the emotional genius Gabriel Byrne) going mano […]

In Memoriam: Natasha Richardson

A shining light. A bright presence. Upper crust and also crusty. Full of life, of energy, and bright dreams. Now gone. Ms. Richardson’s first important film role was Mary Shelley in Ken Russell’s Gothic, which also starred Gabriel Byrne, Julian Sands, and Timothy Spall. Read Ken Russell’s tribute to her and […]

A Note about the Future from Brendan Gleeson

In a March 9 interview at Independent.ie, Brendan Gleeson talks about his latest film, the health care situation in Ireland, and his next project: He’s also in the midst of something he holds dear to his heart — a screen adaptation of Flann O’ Brien’s classic novel At Swim-Two-Birds. “I […]