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Call Me Crazy: A Five Film (2013)

Not Rated | | Drama | TV Movie 20 April 2013
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 ... See full summary »
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4 wins & 2 nominations. See more awards »

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Maggie
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Robin
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Eddie
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Dr. Nance
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Allison
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Percy
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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 will address mental illness. Directors include Laura Dern, Bonnie Hunt, Ashley Judd and Bryce Dallas Howard. Written by Anonymous

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Life is anything but normal.

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Five More  »

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In the Eddie and Julia segment, Chelsea Handler's character name is Alex, according to the cast listing. When Julia calls her cell phone and Alex answers, Julia calls her Chelsea. See more »

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Featured in Chelsea Lately: Episode #7.57 (2013) See more »

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Breaking Free
Performed by Cathy Heller
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Mental illness awareness is only the first hurdle for society.
12 June 2013 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This is the first time I have seen a film realistically depict what a mentally ill person's life is like and how it effects others through the interactions of normal daily living. I place primary significance on this in that it is of great value in promoting awareness of mental illness in society today. As with much that has social stigma attached, learning about the basics eases the path to enlightenment. Mental illnesses touch all of our lives in some way and so much burden can be eased by replacing bias with understanding. I applaud this film for keeping it simple enough that you may from time to time question what is crazy.


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