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Canada · 2005
2h 7m
Director Jean-Marc Vallée
Starring Marc-André Grondin, Danielle Proulx, Michel Côté, Pierre-Luc Brillant
Genre Drama

Set in Quebec during the 1960s and 1970s, this moving film follows Zac, a gay young man, and his strained relationship with his conservative father, Gervais. In a hostile world, Zac must endure a rocky, dramatic journey towards freedom and acceptance.

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The whole family can feel comfortable watching C.R.A.Z.Y., Jean-Marc Vallee's bouncy coming-of-age tale that coasts along on a terrific soundtrack and a spot-on feel for period detail. Story of a tight-knit Catholic family and their sexually confused son never goes near anything that might make mainstream auds uncomfortable, sticking with an old-fashioned tone balanced by inventive lensing that gives only the illusion of dipping its toe in risky waters.


The Hollywood Reporter by Michael Rechtshaffen

Although Vallee's remarkably assured film, which clocks in at more than two hours, proves that it's possible to have too much of a good thing, Canada's official Oscar submission for best foreign-language feature still manages keep up the entertaining yet emotionally satisfying pace sufficiently to earn audience accolades.

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