As an actor, John Krasinski has cemented a place in fans' minds as the comedic Jim Halpert of "The Office". As a director however, his films tend to take a darker more dramatic tone, playing with themes of loneliness and shame. Today on The Treatment, Krasinski joins Elvis to share how both familial military involvement and a Catholic upbringing have guided his ideas on directorial and screenwriting work in "Tom Clancy's Jack Ryan" and "A Quiet Place."
John Krasinski: A Quiet Place
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