Like Crazy

Like Crazy
Like Crazy




89 minutes





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This transatlantic romance examines the giddy glee and bittersweet sting of first love. In a performance that shows tantalizing hints of A-star quality, Felicity Jones plays Anna - a British student studying for a year in California. Catching the eye of American classmate Jacob, she sets about pursuing the instant connection. A series of dates soon propel the two in to intoxicating love. It can’t last. Anna’s expired visa and Jacob’s commitment to his business mean the two are limited to brief Atlantic-hoping visits. With their affections unpicked by distance and diluted by uncertain emotions, a long looming decision must be made. Layered with sugar-free sincerity, indie-realism and sharply improvised scenes, Drake Dormeus’ film is a quiet gem.


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12 Classification

Contains one use of strong language and moderate sex.

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