People: Sep. 7, 1998

CREATIVITY + EGO + MONEY = HOLLYWOOD BUNFIGHT

A man provocative enough to hire a homeless woman to walk around the Getty Center in Los Angeles with a sign saying LORRAINE BY TONY KAYE and call it art isn't going to take the re-editing of his first film, American History X, lightly. And indeed, Kaye, a British commercials director, is waging a bitter but colorful battle against New Line Cinema, taking out cryptically worded full-page ads in trade magazines imploring, among others, stars ED NORTON and EDDIE FURLONG to help him. Kaye's beef: despite the fact that he has spent more...

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