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COUPLES THERAPY unlocks a hidden world: other people's relationships. Far from reality-show caricatures, this is true documentary filmmaking that brings viewers into authentic and visceral experience of weekly therapy with four couples.
Couples Therapy also delivers on a fantasy familiar to anyone who's been in therapy of any kind, joint or solo, following Guralnik out of her own workplace and into that of her clinical adviser, Dr. Virginia Goldner.
The special uses four couples to offer surprisingly insightful generalizations about human relationships: our difficulty articulating our vulnerabilities, and our defensiveness or resistance when hearing them expressed by others.
Guralnik is a picture of cool, even when a patient is staring her down and doubting her magnanimousness. If she's not magnanimous, she's at least remarkably wise, routinely saying things that viewers may find useful