Like Crazy (2012)

 ●  English ● 1 hr 29 mins

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Embedded with quirky comedy and youthful romance, this touching contemporary drama delves into the love story of Anna and Jacob. When they meet as students at an L. A. University, sparks fly and they immediately fall head over heels in love with each other. However, Anna is British and when graduation approaches, Anna decides to stay and violate her student visa rather than returning to England. After a visit home, she is banned from entering into the United States. While fighting customs and immigration battles, Anna and Jacob must decide if their relationship is worth the heartache of separation and hardship of battling to be together.
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Cast: Anton Yelchin, Felicity Jones, Jennifer Lawrence

Crew: Drake Doremus (Director), John Guleserian (Director of Photography), Dustin O Halloran (Music Director)

Rating: A (India)

Genres: Comedy, Drama, Romance, Romantic Comedy

Release Dates: 27 Jan 2012 (India)

Tagline: I want you - I need you - I love you - I miss you

English Name: Like Crazy

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Did you know? Writers Drake Doremus and Ben York Jones looked back at some of the long distance relationships they had been in for the inspiration of this film. Read More
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as Jacob
as Anna
as Jackie
as American Consulate Woman
as Professor
as Ross
as Ticketing Agent #2
as Simon
as Mike Appletree
as Jacob's Friend
as Figurine Band Member
as Janitor
as Customs Official #3
as Jacob's Friend
as Liz
as Customs Official #1
as Figurine Band Member
as Elliot
as Delivery Man
as Girl in Market
as Jacob's Friend
as Kissing Couple
as Harry
as Alex
as College Roommate
as Sabrina
as Figurine Band Member
as Customs Agent
as Customs Official #2
as Jacob's Friend
as Natalie
as Bernard
as Court Clerk
as Ticketing Agent #1
as Girl in Market


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I want you - I need you - I love you - I miss you
Revealing Mistakes
During the party scene where Jacob meets Sam and is receiving texts from Anna, the date of her first text is December 1st. The second text, received moments later is dated May 23rd.

Errors in Geography
A few scenes are set in an apartment in the UK. However, an American light switch is seen, and an iPhone using the AT&T network, revealing that the scene was actually shot in the US.

When Jacob is sending a text message to Sam in Anna's kitchen, upon being questioned who he is "texting", he sets his phone down in front of the laptop computer on the table and leaves the room. In the next shot, Anna goes to browse his text messages, and the phone has changed its position to the side of the computer instead. A text on Anna receives from Jacob reads as, "That's great congrats :)" when she tells him about her promotion. When we see Jacob's phone, we see the text he sent says, "That's great news Congrats :)"
This contemporary romantic drama premiered on January 22, 2011 at the Sundance Film Festival, where it won the festival's Grand Jury Prize.

The director, Drake Doremus based the storyline of this film partly on his own long-distance relationship with a woman living in London while he lived in Los Angeles.

At the Toronto International Film Festival (2011), the director admitted that much of the movie was improvised. The script outlined what would happen, but Felicity Jones and Anton Yelchin improvised much of their dialogue.

Director Drake Doremus viewed a rough cut of this film to his former students at the Orange County High School of the Arts before submitting it to the Sundance Film Festival.

Writers Drake Doremus and Ben York Jones looked back at some of the long distance relationships they had been in for the inspiration of this film.