TWO GIRLS AND A GUY
JAMES TOBACK looks at the love triangle from an entirely
fresh and modern angle in "Two Girls and a Guy." Toback
has written and directed a wide range of feature films over the
past twenty years and received an Academy Award nomination for
his acclaimed screenplay "Bugsy," directed by Barry
Levinson and starring Warren Beatty.
His first original screenplay "The Gambler," was directed
by Karel Reisz and brought him international notice. He went on
to make his directorial debut from his original screenplay "Fingers,"
starring Harvey Keitel. Controversial at the time, "Fingers"
has gone to become a standard work in serious cinematic circles
over the years, drawing accolades from figures as diverse as Francois
Truffaut, T.W. Fassbinder and Quentin Tarrantino.
Toback wrote and directed "Love and Money," "Exposed"
with Nastassja Kinski, Rudolf Nureyev and Harvey Keitel and "The
Pick-Up Artist" with Robert Downey Jr. and Molly Ringwald.
In 1989, he directed "The big Bang," a non-fiction film
which Entertainment Weekly chose as one of the best films ever
made. His original screenplay for "Bugsy" not only garnered
Oscar and Golden Globe nominations but won the Los Angeles Film
Critics Award and the Premiere Medal for Best Screenplay.
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