Performed in the National Theatre's production of "Les Parents Terribles" . In 1995 moved with it to Broadway where it was renamed "Indiscretions", and costarred Kathleen Turner
. Law was nominated for a Tony for her performance on Broadway.
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[on his role in A.I. Artificial Intelligence
(2001)] Steven Spielberg
's approach to Gigolo Joe was the perfect middle ground, compared to Kubrick's far darker original vision. The character was originally much more aggressive, sinister, and far from Spielberg's revised conception as an innocent who's abused. He's a hooker who ultimately comes round to learning to love in a different way.
In 2007, he spent 10 days in Afghanistan touring the country and filming a documentary.
Often plays a representative of the ideal man (Gattaca, The Talented Mr. Ripley, A.I.: Artificial Intelligence)