This week on The Treatment, Elvis sits down with Academy Award winning screenwriter and acclaimed horror auteur Jordan Peele, who’s here to discuss his latest genre-bending film “Nope.” Then we revisit our recent conversation with actress Chloë Sevigny about her take on “quiet acting.” And for The Treat, we listen back to Danyel Smith’s take on the ‘80s R&B hit “No Parking on the Dance Floor.”
Jordan Peele, Chloë Sevigny and for The Treat: the ‘80s R&B song that makes writer Danyel Smith want to dance
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From this Episode:
Director Jordan Peele on having “release valves” in his films
Jordan Peele’s three films as director have all defied genre, dipping into horror, comedy and science fiction. His latest, “Nope,” is no exception.
Actress Chloë Sevigny on ‘quiet’ acting
Actress Chloë Sevigny is known for her steady work in independent films and for often being a first time director’s muse. She is currently starring in both the Hulu limited...