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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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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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Begin Again
Written by Jessica Paige, Daniel Frankel and Gideon Frankel
Composed by Alex Wurman
Performed by Jessica Paige
Courtesy of Dare Music
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A good attempt at showing mental illness
4 February 2014 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I caught this movie on Lifetime recently and started watching it since I work in social services. The vignette on Schizophrenia was hard to swallow and seemed unrealistic. Not to say that a person with Schizophrenia can't recover or have less symptoms, but I think the movie could've shown a better or more realistic image of schizophrenia if they were going to bother to put it in the film. The average onset age of Schizophrenia in women is 25 and Brittney Snow's character discusses being a teenager with Schizophrenia. Despite this, the movie also focuses on depression, PTSD and bipolar disorder in a more realistic manner. Mental illness still has such a negative stigma, it is great to see a movie try to shed some light on what a person with mental illness' life is like. Hopefully those who watch it can feel some empathy for the main characters and their families.


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