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Inspired by the Bondi Beach murders of the 80s & 90s, this chilling crime series follows Detectives Tori Lustigman (Yael Stone: Orange is the New Black) and Nick Manning (Noah Taylor: Game of Thrones, Peaky Blinders) on the tail of a serial killer luring gay men to their deaths through gay app THRUSTR.
As the DI’s delve deeper in to the case the discoveries are shocking. They uncover a spate of unexplained deaths, ‘suicides’ and disappearances linked to gay bashings by youth gangs, a blood sport that went largely unpunished by the Australian police. Haunted by the earlier death of her brother, DI Lustigman’s fascination with the case soon turns to fixation, putting her career on the line and her friends and family at risk.
As the killer plots to strike again, can Lustigman put her demons behind her in time to find justice for the victims, and ultimately herself?
Based on true events, celebrated director Joachim Lafosse’s intense, multi-layered dissection of an unorthodox family unit created an unprecedented buzz at the 2012 Cannes Film Festival, and won Emilie Dequenne the prestigious Un Certain Regard Best Actress Award. OUR CHILDREN was critically heralded as one of the top art-house world cinema films of 2012 and Belgium’s official entry for the 2013 Academy Awards.
Young, effervescent and full of life, Murielle (Emilie Dequenne, Rosetta) has a promising future ahead of her when she meets and falls head over heels for Mounir (Tahar Rahim, A Prophet). A wedding soon follows, and the happy couple quickly set about preparing to make a family. However, with family come ties, and none come as tight as that between Mounir and his adoptive father (Niels Arestrup, A Prophet, Sarah’s Key). As Murielle continues to bring new life into the family, in the form of four children, frictions between Mounir and Doctor Pinget reach boiling point. Helpless to extract her husband and children from the wealthy nest that Doctor Pinget has provided for them, Murielle is drawn into an unhealthy family dynamic. Within this oppressive environment, Murielle becomes trapped and all sense of reasoning begins to abandon her.
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.