This week on The Treatment, Elvis sits down for a conversation with graphic novelist Adrian Tomine, whose recent work inspired the film “Paris, 13th District.” Next, a conversation with TV creators, writing partners, and partners in life, Michelle and Robert King, whose current TV dramas include “The Good Fight” and “Evil.” And finally for The Treat, MUBI podcast host Rico Gagliano talks about why the, at times, bleak Wim Wenders film “Wings of Desire” gives him hope.
Adrian Tomine, Michelle and Robert King, and The Treat
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From this Episode:
Graphic novelist Adrian Tomine on why point of view can’t be taught
Graphic novelist and cartoonist Adrian Tomine’s cartoons regularly appear in The New Yorker. His other works include the novel “Killing and Dying” and the comic series...
‘The Good Fight’ creators Michelle and Robert King on writing characters who surprise
Michelle and Robert King are the creative forces behind some of TV’s most successful dramas, including “The Good Wife.” Both their legal spinoff “The Good Fight” and their...