Having grown up in Texas, director John Lee Hancock has something in common with his films lead characters - a strong understanding of Texan identity. He puts this on display in his film "The Highwaymen", recounting the story of real life Texas Rangers Frank Hamer and Maney Gault who were tasked with capturing the infamous Bonnie & Clyde. On The Treatment, Hancock discusses practicing law before entering the world of filmmaking and the pop culture effect famed bank robbers Bonnie & Clyde had on Texas and the world.
John Lee Hancock: 'The Highwaymen'
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