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Two Girls and a Guy -- A comedy/drama about a struggling New York actor who is confronted by his girlfriends when they discover that he has been two-timing both of them with each other.
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Writer (WGA):
James Toback (written by)
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Release Date:
24 April 1998 (USA) See more »
Thanks to his two girlfriends Blake is about to learn a new sexual position. Honesty. See more »
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Directed by
James Toback 
Writing credits
James Toback (written by)

Produced by
Daniel Bigel .... executive producer
Chris Hanley .... producer
Michael Mailer .... executive producer
Gretchen McGowan .... line producer
Edward R. Pressman .... producer
Cinematography by
Barry Markowitz (photography director)
Film Editing by
Alan Oxman 
Casting by
Sheila Jaffe 
Georgianne Walken 
Production Design by
Kevin Thompson 
Set Decoration by
Alisa Grifo 
Makeup Department
Chris Bingham .... assistant hair stylist
Chris Bingham .... assistant makeup artist
Meredith Soupios .... key hair stylist
Meredith Soupios .... key makeup artist
Production Management
Wendi Friedman .... executive in charge of production: Pressman, L.A.
Jordan Gertner .... executive in charge of production: Muse (as Jordon Gertner)
Erin O'Rourke .... executive in charge of production: Pressman, N.Y.
Timothy Wayne Peternel .... executive in charge of production: Muse (as Timothy W. Peternel)
Pamela Thur .... unit production manager
Robert Warmflash .... post-production supervisor
Gregory G. Woertz .... executive in charge of production (uncredited)
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Christopher S. Campbell .... second second assistant director
John Gallagher .... first assistant director
Jamie Miller .... second assistant director
Art Department
Whitney Delgardo .... set dresser
Anthony Gasparro .... prop master
Charles Lassiter .... artist: paintings by
Andrea Stanley .... set dresser
Sound Department
Paul Drenning .... adr engineer: Los Angeles
Ben Jacob .... production mixer (as Itamar Ben Jacob)
Stanley Kastner .... sound re-recording mixer
William Markle .... sound post-production mixer (as Bill Markle)
William Markle .... supervising sound editor (as Bill Markle)
Brian Miksis .... production mixer
Steven J. Rogers .... boom operator (as Steve Rogers)
David Rovin .... assistant sound editor
Ted Swanscott .... adr engineer: London (as Ted Swampscott)
Joe Zito .... boom operator
Danny Aiello III .... stunt coordinator (as Danny Aiello Jr.)
Camera and Electrical Department
Myles Aronowitz .... still photographer
Carlos Bible .... camera production assistant
Steve Blazo .... still photographer
Rick Compeau .... additional grip
Addison Cook .... daily grip
Randy Gallagher .... swing
Rob Koch .... first assistant camera (as Robert Koch)
John P. McCabe .... gaffer (as John McCabe)
Stian Nilsen .... key grip
James Thorne .... best boy electric
Carlos Torruella .... second assistant camera
Casting Department
Carmel Kubasik .... casting associate
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Renata Chaplynsky .... wardrobe
Editorial Department
Sean Campbell .... apprentice editor
Charlene Hamer .... associate editor (as Char Hamer)
Fred Hyde .... color timer
Patricia Sztaba .... negative matchback
Stan Sztaba .... negative matchback (as Stan)
Joe Violante .... advisor: Technicolor
Music Department
Gwen Bethel .... music clearances: Clear Music
Barry Cole .... music supervisor
Louise Hammar .... assistant music supervisor (as Louise Hammer)
Transportation Department
Christopher Kornak .... transportation coordinator
Marcus Osborne .... talent driver
Other crew
Andrea Ashton .... assistant production coordinator
Celine Beitchman .... office production assistant
Joe Bilella .... manager: Robert Downey Jr.
Anthony Boas .... assistant location manager
Eileen Cabiling .... production coordinator
Carlos Davila .... set production assistant
Catherine Gore .... script supervisor
Earl Hightower .... assistant: Robert Downey Jr.
James A. Janowitz .... legal counsel: Pryor, Cashman, Sherman & Flynn
Roger Kass .... legal counsel: Pryor, Cashman, Sherman & Flynn
Wilder W. Knight II .... legal counsel: Pryor, Cashman, Sherman & Flynn (as W. Wilder Knight II)
Richard Mancuso .... production accountant
Stuart Miller .... production assistant: N.Y. (as Stuart Ian Miller)
Patricia Moreno .... choreographer
Angelica Munson .... executive assistant: Mr. Pressman, N.Y.
Jeannene Orofino .... office intern
Karen Robson .... legal counsel: Pryor, Cashman, Sherman & Flynn
Laurie Rodia .... office intern
Sam Rohn .... location scout (as Samuel J. Rohn)
Mary Elizabeth Rusnak .... office intern
Abigail Ruth .... craft service
Tibi Scheflow .... location scout
Vincent Taylor .... parking coordinator
Kim Marie Vasquez .... office intern (as Kim Vasquez)
Maria Christina Williams .... payroll master (as Maria-Christian Williams)
Emily Zalenski .... executive assistant: Mr. Pressman, L.A.
Paige-Leigh Zazzali .... production secretary
Beverly Bentley .... special thanks
Roberta Brambilla .... special thanks
Gabriel Dadoit .... special thanks
Wendy Kreloff .... special thanks
Bob Mastronardi .... special thanks (as Bob Mastonardi)
Annie Pressman .... special thanks
Lynn Pressman-Raymond .... special thanks (as Lynn Pressman Raymond)
Topper Quinn .... special thanks

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Rated NC-17 for a scene of explicit sexuality (uncut version)
84 min
Color (Technicolor)
Aspect Ratio:
1.85 : 1 See more »
Argentina:18 | Australia:MA | Canada:18A (Canadian Home Video rating) | Germany:12 | Netherlands:12 | Netherlands:16 (DVD rating) (2004) | South Korea:18 | UK:18 | USA:R (edited for re-rating) | USA:NC-17 (original version) | USA:NC-17 (uncut version)

Did You Know?

When Robert Downey Jr. was arrested for drug possession, writer/director James Toback vowed to be the first to offer Downey a job once he got out of rehab. Toback wrote the screenplay in four days with Robert Downey Jr. in mind.See more »
Factual errors: Blake flies into New York City on American Airlines flight 11 (see also trivia) but this flight was from Boston to Los Angeles.See more »
Blake Allen:I think words are not serving me well at all.See more »
Movie Connections:
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16 out of 21 people found the following review useful.
Interesting, if not wonderful., 26 July 2003
Author: aeh16 from Norfolk, VA

To say that this movie is shallow, or unrealistic, is to miss the point. While it certainly has a lot to say about sex, and especially sexual fidelity, the point of the film is not that at all, but that concerns of sex are not truly the most important factors in a relationship. While loyalty and honesty certainly are, forgiveness is still a virtue, and lying about sex is not the same as lying about feelings. Though I, of course, do not agree with what the female characters in this movie did, at least the movie makes the oft-overlooked point that sex isn't everything, a point seldom made in movies, and often made in life. Though it is certainly not an exceptional movie, it is worth seeing, and an interesting look into the privileged status sex has attained in our modern society.

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