Apr 20, 2013 · Directed by Laura Dern, Bryce Dallas Howard, Bonnie Hunt. With Jennifer Hudson, Sarah Hyland, Melissa Leo, Mitch Rouse. 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.
- Laura Dern
- Not Rated
Directed by Nahuel Vilar. With Mell Flynn, Michael Keyes.
- Nahuel Vilar
- Mell Flynn, Michael Keyes
Jun 03, 2011 · Directed by Rebecca V. Goldstein. With Jona Xiao, Ross Gallo, Cynthia San Luis.
- Rebecca V. Goldstein
- Jona Xiao, Ross Gallo, Cynthia San Luis
View Essay - Call me crazy, reaction paper.docx from HUN 2202 at Seminole State College of Florida. Ivonne Martinez General Psychology Mon-Wed 12:30 Reaction Paper Call Me Crazy Watching the movie
Apr 20, 2013 · Call Me Crazy: A Five Film Season 1 show reviews & Metacritic score: Five short films about mental illness features acting and directing by Jennifer Hudson, Melissa Leo, Octavia Spencer, Sarah Hyland, Sofia Vassilieva, Brittany S...
From the Call Me Crazy film site: "Through the five shorts named after each title character -- Lucy, Eddie, Allison, Grace and Maggie – powerful relationships built on hope and triumph raise a new understanding of what happens when a loved one struggles with mental illness.
Call Me Crazy 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.
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Directed by Dennis L. Reed II. With Nicole Alexander, Grover McCants, Kristin Clarke, Demaris Harvey. When Maria unknowingly falls for the man that killed the love of her life, all hell breaks loose.
Lean on Me Rocky director John Avildsen championed the briefly famous New Jersey high school principal Joe Clark in this upbeat 1989 drama. Morgan Freeman plays the tough-love educator who wields a baseball bat and bullhorn to keep discipline in his hallways and to motivate underachieving students to keep their acts together.