Crazy (2007 film)
|Directed by||Rick Bieber|
|Produced by||Rick Bieber
|Written by||Rick Bieber
Scott Michael Campbell
Silas Weir Mitchell
|Music by||Hank Garland
|Edited by||Tom Rolf|
|Distributed by||FN Crazy Film LLC (independent)|
|Release dates||December 10, 2007|
Crazy is the story of a legendary guitar player who emerged from Nashville in the 1950s. Blessed with incomparable, natural talent, Hank Garland quickly established his reputation as the finest sessions player in Nashville. Artists such as Roy Orbison, Patsy Cline, The Everly Brothers, and Elvis Presley all sought Hank’s brilliant playing for their recordings. Moving effortlessly from country, to rock-a-billy, to jazz, Hank was also quickly recognized by the likes of Dave Brubeck, Gary Burton, Joe Morello, and Joe Benjamin.
The Nashville scene was a unique place in the 50’s – dominated by a small group of executives and musicians who controlled the studios, labels and unions. Hank, in his arrogance and pursuit of musical excellence, often came into conflict with the business, social and racial culture he found both restrictive and frequently frustrating.
Some people say that a near-fatal car accident, which Hank suffered, was a result of tragic response to dreams unfulfilled. Others will say that the subsequent electro-shock therapy, which was ordered by his doctors, may have contributed to ending Hank’s playing career at the age of thirty-one.
Crazy won the Best of Fest award at the Real to Reel International Film Festival in 2008.
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