This week on The Treatment, Elvis welcomes Oscar-winning director George Miller, whose newest film is “Three Thousand Years of Longing,” starring Tilda Swinton and Idris Elba. Next, “Me Time” director John Hamburg talks about why he keeps coming back to notions of masculinity in his films. And finally, for The Treat, “The Good Fight” creators Michelle and Robert King each pick a film that inspires them.
George Miller, John Hamburg and a double treat
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From this Episode:
‘Three Thousand Years of Longing’ director George Miller on why we need stories
Director George Miller’s latest film is “Three Thousand Years of Longing,” an adaptation of the 1994 A.S. Byatt novella.
Director John Hamburg on breaking down masculinity
John Hamburg has long challenged notions of masculinity in his comedies as a screenwriter in films such as “Meet The Parents,” “Along Came Polly,” and “I Love You, Man.”