A husband and wife are discovered imprisoned in their own home. Badly dehydrated they've been bound and beaten. He is close to death. But worse is to come: their young son is missing. When Detective Inspector Nick Cafmeyer is called in to investigate the similarities with events in his own past make it impossible for him to view this new crime dispassionately. As he digs deeper – and attempts to hold his own life together in the face of ever more disturbing revelations about both his past and his present - the real nightmare begins… A relentless... heart-pounding juggernaut of a crime thriller based on the original novel by acclaimed British crime writer Mo Hayder THE TREATMENT heralds a new and unforgettable turn in the Nordic noir phenomenon. [show more]
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Please note this is a region 2 DVD and will require a region 2 (Europe) or region Free DVD Player in order to play. Based on the Sunday Times bestselling novel by crime writer Mo Hayder, THE TREATMENT heralds a new and unforgettable turn in the Nordic noir phenomenon. A husband and wife are discovered, imprisoned in their own home. Badly dehydrated, they ve been bound and beaten. He is close to death. But worse is to come: their young son is missing. Detective Inspector Nick Cafmeyer is called in to investigate and as he digs deeper he exposes an insidious criminal network that unnervingly has links to his own past. Extras: Director Interview, Deleted Scenes, Featurette
Hans Herbots directs this Belgian crime thriller starring Geert Van Rampelberg. Still haunted by the childhood kidnapping of his younger brother Bjorn (Roy Aernouts), Inspector Nick Cafmeyer (Van Rampelberg) is appointed lead investigator on a disturbingly similar case two decades later. After a 9-year-old boy is kidnapped in a burglary gone wrong Nick is determined to find the one responsible as he suspects the incident is linked to his own personal tragedy. But as his investigation continues Nick must decide how far he is willing to go to solve each respective case...