Today on The Treatment, director Barry Levinson likes to examine the ordinary. His fascination in relaying real life as it happens has resulted in such works as “Good Morning, Vietnam” and “Rain Man." His previous foray in HBO docu-drama paired him with Al Pacino portraying the real life story of Jack Kevorkian and today, Levinson discusses working with Pacino again to tell the story of famed college football coach Joe Paterno’s Penn State scandal in “Paterno."
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