Film director James Foley

His film Glengarry Glen Ross is coming out on DVD. The movie stars Al Pacino, Jack Lemmon, Alan Arkin and Ed Harris. It's about a group of men working in a real estate office who, because of the bad economy, must work in cut-throat conditions in order to survive. Foley originally planned to attend medical school, but after taking film classes at New York University's film school, he decided to be a director. He made his directorial debut in 1984 with Reckless. This interview first aired October 2, 1992.

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