Crazy People

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Comedy

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Time Out says

Dudley Moore plays a jaded copywriter who ends up in a sanatorium after he decides to produce ads devoid of hype. His fellow patients suffer from a variety of stereotypes, the worst case being Daryl Hannah, who harbours a dangerous penchant for loose dresses and baggy cardigans. Everyone feels much better once spurred into writing ads; and the agency snaps up their copy when consumers become hungry for truth. This is a lazy, obvious film, functionally directed and crudely characterised, which testifies to, rather than criticises, the power and influence of advertising. John Malkovich, originally cast, walked out on the project. Now there's an actor who knows when to make an exit.
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Release details

UK release:

1990

Duration:

92 mins

Cast and crew

Director:

Tony Bill

Cast:

David Paymer, Alan North, Bill Smitrovich, JT Walsh, Paul Reiser, Daryl Hannah, Dudley Moore, Mercedes Ruehl

Music:

Cliff Eidelman

Art Director:

John J Lloyd

Editor:

Mia Goldman

Cinematography:

Victor J Kemper

Screenwriter:

Mitch Markowitch

Producer:

Tom Barad

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Emma

Even though it is impossible for a concept to appear in print, I LOVE this movie. it is fun and refreshing.

Emma

Even though it is impossible for a concept to appear in print, I LOVE this movie. it is fun and refreshing.