C.R.A.Z.Y (Canadian)

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Recently there are many moves on roads; this is one on the road to self-discovery.

This is a tale about a father’s love for his five son, especially Zac who is born on Christmas day. Unfortunately, he is just different. Although it was not explicitly said, Zac lived a life within the closet and found desperate ways to fit in. In the end of the day, it is about accepting who he really is.

My only complain is at 127 minutes, the run time really too long. You may get bored with its pace, but you won’t with its soundtrack. From the sweet 60s, colourful 70s and the changing 80s, this journey does take on unexpected turns.

The official Canadian entry for the Best Foreign Language Film at the 2005 Academy Awards, and winning countless awards, C.R.A.Z.Y is not Crazy in any sense, but a bittersweet portrayal of family love and growing up. Why is this movie called C.R.A.Z.Y then? You will know at the end of the movie.

C.R.A.Z.Y – One of the better coming-of-age movies in recent times

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