Crazy Eyes (film)
|Directed by||Adam Sherman|
|Produced by||Hagai Shaham|
|Written by||Adam Sherman
|Music by||Bobby Johnston|
|Edited by||Sam Bauer|
|Box office||$6,106 (USA)|
Crazy Eyes is a 2012 independent film co-written and directed by Adam Sherman.
Zack (Haas) is a young, divorced father who starts to develop romantic feelings towards his friend Rebecca (Zima), whom he refers to as "Crazy Eyes". He spends a lot of time at a bar run by his best friend Dan Drake (Busey) and hanging out with Autumn (Raymonde). As he pursues a sexual relationship with Rebecca, Zack grows increasingly aware of the importance of his son's role in his life amidst the failing health of his own father.
|Jake Busey||Dan Drake|
|Elena Levon||Beautiful Brunette|
From Geoff Henao of Flixist:
|“||The problem with Crazy Eyes is that it's just too real. Because of this, it's a bit uncomfortable to watch. The best way to describe it is that there isn't any "movie magic" to save it; that is to say, there aren't any normal movie thematics or elements that would influence the plot to heighten the protagonist's likability... The end result is just messy and bad. Much like a long day of drinking, Crazy Eyes results in a horrible hangover you regret ever putting yourself through.||”|
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