Fingers

Fingers

Director: James Toback Cast: Harvey Keitel, Tisa Farrow, Jim Brown

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Overview

Jimmy Angelelli (Harvey Keitel) wants to be a concert pianist. Jimmy's dad, Ben Angelelli (Michael V. Gazzo), wants his son to go into the family business. So far, so banal. But the "family business" depicted in Fingers is organized crime, and therein lies the film's perverse appeal. Fingers represents the directorial debut of screenwriter James Toback, who also wrote the script.

Product Details

Release Date: 10/04/2011
UPC: 0883316398128
Original Release: 1978
Rating: R
Source: Warner Archives
Region Code: 0
Presentation: [Full Frame]
Time: 1:30:00
Sales rank: 11,565

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Harvey Keitel Jimmy Angelelli
Tisa Farrow Carol
Jim Brown Deems
Michael Vincente Gazzo Ben Angelelli
Marian Seldes Mother
Carole Francis Christa
Georgette Muir Anita
Danny Aiello Butch
Dominic Chianese Arthur Fox
Tony Sirico Riccamonza
Tanya Roberts Julie
Ed Marinaro Gino
Zack Norman Cop
Jane Elder Esther
Lenny Montana Luchino
James Toback Actor
Murray Moston Dr. Fry
Frank Pesce Raymond

Technical Credits
James Toback Director,Screenwriter
George Barrie Score Composer,Producer
Michael Chapman Cinematographer
Les Lasarowitz Sound/Sound Designer
Robert Lawrence Editor
Gene Rudolf Production Designer
Bill Varney Sound/Sound Designer
Fred C. Weiler Set Decoration/Design
Albert Wolsky Costumes/Costume Designer

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Fingers 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
It's because this is a tribute to Marty 20 years before its time. This gritty and intensely interesting character study was unfairly stuck with an X rating by the MPAA when first released in 1979, so it didn't get the play it deserved. Harvey Keitel works the screen to perfection, just as he did with the same character in MEAN STREETS, whose torn between 2 worlds.Worth a look and then some.