Call Me Crazy: A Five Film

Call Me Crazy: A Five Film

A psychotherapist helps a law student cope with schizophrenia in one of five interconnected tales dealing with mental illness.

Like its first breast cancer-themed installment, Call Me Crazy aka Five 2/Five More will feature five short films featuring A-list talent both in front and behind the camera. The sequel ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Call Me Crazy: A Five Film torrent reviews

Donal O (kr) wrote: This movie will make you extremely angry about what the Israelis do to Palestinians every day.........the truth hurts!!!!

Tara G (ru) wrote: I have just finished watching this movie. My friend let me borrow it. The movie is decent with every now and then laugh out loud moments (for me). The first half of the movie is boring but interesting since the viewer(s) are learning of the two characters. During the second part, the characters become a little more interesting because of the explanation of their past as well as present. The problem I have is the set up of the two characters describing their lives while on a stage. I can see the point of why they wanted to present it in this way but throughout the film, the dialogue and standing on the stage is not effective. Especially with this kind of script, it is not engaging. The beginning (I say should have been around 5-10 minutes) of this stage present would have worked then the rest of the movie, show the characters in their world. (Also maybe every now and then, present the dialogue on stage to show the connection as well as the individuality of the characters.) I did enjoy the ending; it was effective in that the characters expressed their happiness and wanting to go for it.

Sara S (br) wrote: I cried with this anime! seriously!

James H (kr) wrote: Exceptional film with six separate stories of women and various crisis they are faced with. All the performances are excellent, particularly Glenn Close and Holly Hunter. Very well written, totally interesting, well directed and fascinating.

Scott C (mx) wrote: Interesting to see such an early film by Polanski. There were many great ideas here, but it was ultimately too slow for me.

Ryan C (de) wrote: Short and funny, Mike Myers delivers an iconic spy spoof with a groovy twist and ridiculous behavior.

Craig C (ru) wrote: The absolute WORST of the Bp Derek-John Derek films, which says a lot!