|Directed by||Michael Lindsay-Hogg|
|Produced by||Renee Missel and Vincent D'Onofrio|
|Written by||Kirby Dick|
|Distributed by||Gramercy Pictures|
Guy is a 1997 film directed by Michael Lindsay-Hogg and written by Kirby Dick. The drama stars Hope Davis, Vincent D'Onofrio, Lucy Liu, Sandy Martin, Michael Massee, John F. O'Donohue and Richard Portnow. The movie was initially released in the United States on 17 December 1997. Its United Kingdom release was on 22 May 1998. It was filmed on location in Los Angeles, California.
A youthful, female filmmaker wants to film the private life of an ordinary person and starts following "Guy". He is irritated about this girl following him, and tries to get rid of her but she does not stop. Eventually he gets used to the girl with the camera, and even attempts to become involved with her.
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