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Crazy?

UK, 1994 (MIFF 1995, Fiction)

Director: Bob Lawrie

A sassy poke in the eye of political correctness? A sophisticated pun-laden piss-take on Freudian imagery and the masculmisation of the viewer in he cinema'? A sex therapists nightmare? A designers dream? Sumptuous and salacious, Crazy? is "Mmmm loverrly!"

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