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This week on The Treatment, Elvis sits down with director Sofia Coppola, whose new film "On the Rocks" stars Bill Murray and Rashida Jones.

Sofia Coppola: ‘On the Rocks’

This week on The Treatment, Elvis sits down with director Sofia Coppola, whose new film "On the Rocks" stars Bill Murray and Rashida Jones.

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Director Sofia Coppola talks modernizing the 1971 Clint Eastwood film The Beguiled.

Sofia Coppola: The Beguiled

Director Sofia Coppola talks modernizing the 1971 Clint Eastwood film The Beguiled.

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