Immersed in an old cast iron tub drink in hand, Paul is clearly mourning a loss of some kind. In the grips of some inescapable fever dream, he has visions of his wife Iris spitting contradictory statements at him: that she never understood him; he never gave her a chance; he was a pussy who let her cheat on him. The mystery deepens when he unearths an old Walkman and a cache of audio tapes. Using the tape player like some sort of spiritual medium, he begins having conversations - real or imagined - with Iris, a woman we learn is his deceased wife. He is interrupted by a visit from his friend Garry who is concerned with his mental health. "I've been thinking and I think...I can't remember," Paul remarks and then twist the encounter on its axis, accusing Garry - seemingly without happenstance - of sleeping with his wife. Alone once again, his hallucinations deepen.
Patrick D. Green (as Paul in Crazy Right) was nominated for 'Best Performance' by UK Film Review '18, alongside Bradley Cooper for A Star is Born and Glenn Close for The Wife. See more »
You never know how much someone loves you until they wipe your ass.
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This is such a great movie!! It was the perfect combination of a love story and drama. It kept me guessing and in suspense the entire movie and had my emotions running on high! The acting was phenomenal, there were bits of comic relief and it's just truly a movie you won't want to miss!
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