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Still Crazy (1998) Poster

(1998)

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The "Druid Circle" they visit actually a real life stone circle in the village of Avebury. The circle is known as "Avebury Circle" and the pub they visit in the film is still there and operating.
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The title is taken from the Paul Simon song - "Still Crazy After All These Years".
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When Strange Fruit are arriving for their first gig in Holland, a small billboard can be seen advertising the shows of "Van Dijk" and "De Dikhout", pointing at the bands "De Dijk" and "Van Dik Hout", two famous Dutch rock bands.
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Some events in the band's history were inspired by actual events involving real-life bands: Brian's absence from the band resembles Syd Barrett's departure from Pink Floyd due to a drug-induced nervous breakdown; Beano's tardiness for a gig echoes that of Keith Moon, the notoriously erratic drummer for The Who. The character of Ray appears to be inspired in some part by David Lee Roth, famed front-man for Van Halen. Other bands, such as Deep Purple, have undergone lineup changes with various degrees of infighting and success.
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Glasgow band The Fratellis named their debut CD after a line where has-been rocker Tony Costello answers his phone like it's a business phone: "Costello Music".
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First cinema film of Mackenzie Crook.
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As Ray punches his foot through the surface of the frozen canal and is being rescued by Clare, the opening chords of Neil Young's "Rocking In A Free World" are played.
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