This week on The Treatment, Elvis sits down with Charlotte Wells, director of the acclaimed film “Aftersun.” Next, writer Jerry Stahl talks about his latest book, “Nein, Nein, Nein: One Man's Tale of Depression, Psychic Torment, and a Bus Tour of the Holocaust.” And on The Treat, director Paul Feig explains how an ordinary object that sits on his desk changed the course of his life and career.
Charlotte Wells, Jerry Stahl, and Paul Feig on The Treat
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Director Charlotte Wells on her subconscious finding its way into her films
Director Charlotte Wells’ feature film debut is the bittersweet “Aftersun,” about a daughter’s memories of a vacation with her father, starring Paul Mescal and Frankie Corio.
Writer Jerry Stahl on following the darkness
Writer Jerry Stahl has explored his psyche and his struggle with addiction in earlier works, including the memoir “Permanent Midnight,” which was later adapted into a film...