Directed by Nicholas Jarecki, "The Outsider" takes a look at the works of James Toback, the director of films such as "Bugsy" and "The Gambler." The film follows Toback as he shoots his movie "When Will I Be Loved," starring Neve Campbell and Dominic Chianese. This documentary shows what it truly takes to be a filmmaker, as Toback works to shoot his movie in 12 days, without a script, and then fights to get the film distributed. The film also includes interviews about Toback's directing style given by industry figures such as Woody Allen and Robert Downey Jr.
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