This week on The Treatment, Elvis sits down with multi-hyphenate Tyler Perry, whose latest film “A Jazzman’s Blues’ may be his most personal. Next, director Walter Hill talks about his fresh take on the western with his new film “Dead for a Dollar.” And on The Treat: Australian director George Miller talks about a seemingly simple children’s story that contains multitudes.
Director Tyler Perry, director Walter Hill and The Treat: a childhood favorite with George Miller
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From this Episode:
Director Tyler Perry on the joy of finally getting to make “A Jazzman’s Blues’
Director, writer, actor, and producer Tyler Perry is perhaps most well known for his stage performances and films in character as the elderly, no-nonsense Madea.
Director Walter Hill on the few good stories we each have
Known for his work on films as varied as “Aliens” and “48 Hrs.,” writer and director Walter Hill’s newest film is the Western “Dead for a Dollar.”