The Treatment (2006 film)
|Directed by||Oren Rudavsky|
|Produced by||Oren Rudavsky, Jonathan Shoemaker|
|Written by||Daniel Saul Housman, based on a novel by Daniel Menaker|
|Music by||John Zorn|
|Distributed by||Cinema Management Group|
It is based on a novel with the same title by Daniel Menaker.
The film begins with Jake Singer (Eigeman) meeting up with Julia (Stephanie March) in an attempt to rekindle their relationship; she however, informs him that she is recently engaged and has been wanting to call him to tell him. The wedding will be in Aspen but she invites him to her pre-wedding party in New York.
Jake, the son of a retired physician Arnold Singer (Harris Yulin), is an English teacher and somewhat of a basketball coach at Coventry, a Manhattan private school. He becomes involved with Allegra Marshall (Famke Janssen) the widow of a wealthy gentleman who died suddenly from a cardiac embolism.
John Zorn who composed the score for the film won a MacArthur Foundation, the "Genius" award for his music in 2006. The album, titled Filmworks XVIII: The Treatment features a full score for film by John Zorn. The album was released on Zorn's own label, Tzadik Records.
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