Crazy in Love

Synopsis: Three generations of women live on a small island off the coast of Washington state with their men with whom they have no end of problems. While making a documentary of martial violence Georgie finds herself giving into the overwhelming jealous urges that put a strain on her marriage. Through revelations about her parents and sister's relationships and a flirtation of her own Georgie comes to grips with live on and off the island.
Genre: Comedy, Drama, Romance
Director(s): Martha Coolidge
Production: Turner Home Entertainment
  Nominated for 1 Golden Globe. Another 1 win & 4 nominations.
 
IMDB:
5.8
M
Year:
1992
100 min
14 Views

Yes, Madam?

Have you kept all the luggage?

And his woolens?

It must be cold there.

I've kept those also.

Check everything.

Nothing must be left behind.

It's time and Ravi has

still not come down.

Phone the station Master. Ask him to

delay the train till Ravi gets there.

It's so very late,

and still no sign of him.

Naughty boy! Now that it's time

to go, he's showing his love for me.

Put the "vermilion" on his forehead

His face is aglow like

the rising sun.

That's why he's so renowned

for his singing!

Okay Mom, let's go

I'm getting late.

When you reach there...

I'll take care of myself.

When will you return?

The moment the show's over,

I'll be before you!

Enough! You must not be

remembering us even!

When you go away, this house

echoes with silence!

If you say such things,

I'll cancel the show.

My foot you will! If you really

care for me, then get married.

A wife is not a Barbie Doll,

which I can buy in a shop.

She'll be just that for this home!

Tell me, when will she come?

Any time. If I meet her this tour,

then...

Oh God willing!

But you'll have to promise me,

not to faint on seeing her!

I promise!

To faint when I see her!

Look after yourself too, son.

Look! Uncle's here too.

Where are you off to?

To Sundarnagar for now at least.

I'm doing a dive show there.

Son, get those files.

Yes, Dad.

He is the heir to our house. There's

this vast estate and business.

But he's busy gallivanting

here and there.

This musical career of his,

doesn't go with our status.

He's still naive.

He'll learn by and by.

And he just does a few shows.

But it's question of our reputation.

Oh come on. Forget it.

You have to sign some papers.

There are the details of

the timber we've supplied.

And there are some new tenders

which have been approved of.

You've perused through this,

so tell me where to sign.

But read it anyway.

Yes Auntie, you better, else Dad

will make it all on his name.

Even if I do that, it'll be you,

who'll inherit it, stupid!

Sign here.

I just want to see Ravi married.

Let his wife come, and a grandson too.

I'll go on long pilgrimage.

Then see, how he realizes his

responsibilities automatically.

This money is so strange!

No matter how much one gets,

it just doesn't seem enough!

You have made me a part of this

evil deed also, Sir.

If ever Her Ladyship comes to

know of this, then we all will be...

You know well, Sir, that,

I'm very scared of death.

Don't worry, man.

Worry is like a funeral pyre.

And I'm busy making one, for that

old hag and her son.

Anyway, because of her goodness...

all the property is being slowly

transferred on by son's name.

When all the papers are completed...

The mother and the son, will be...

I was a step -brother, you see.

You don't know what it means

to be that.

I've gone through that hell!

I'll avenge my every insult.

I'll annihilate the whole family

and it's lineage.

And after that, I'll not be

what I'm today...

I'll be "Sir Dhirendra Pratap".

Kashiram!

A loyal man from the Mansion...

was killed before his time.

Looks as though one meets cheerful

souls like you in this town.

Thanks for the praise, but it takes

one artist to recognize another.

So you're an artist too, eh?

I pen songs, compose music

and sing. Too

If you wish, shall I sing for you?

Never mind.

You sing pretty well.

If you don't mind,

shall I play something now?

What the hell...

Be careful.

You were playing so beautifully,

I was a bit carried away.

You're great!

If the car had been

slightly on this side...

So what? The show would've still

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Luanne Rice

Luanne Rice is an American novelist. Her 32 novels that have been translated into 24 languages. She often writes about nature and the sea, and many of her novels deal with love and family. She is the author of The Lemon Orchard, Little Night, The Silver Boat and Beach Girls. Born in New Britain, Connecticut, Rice's first published poem appeared in the Hartford Courant when she was eleven, and her first short story was published in American Girl when she was fifteen. Her debut novel, Angels All Over Town, was published in 1985. In 2002, Connecticut College awarded Rice an honorary degree and invited her to donate her papers to the college's Special Collections Library. She has also received an honorary doctorate of humane letters from St. Joseph College in West Hartford, Conn. In June 2014, she received the 2014 Connecticut Governor’s Arts Award in the Literary Arts category for excellence and lifetime achievement as a literary artist.Rice is an avid environmentalist and advocate for families affected by domestic violence. Several of Rice's novels have been adapted for television, including Crazy in Love for TNT, Blue Moon for CBS, Follow the Stars Home and Silver Bells for the Hallmark Hall of Fame, and Beach Girls for a Summer 2005 mini-series on Lifetime. Rice contributed a monologue to Motherhood Out Loud a play that premiered at Hartford Stage Company and was performed Off-Broadway and at the Geffen Playhouse in Los Angeles. Rice divides her time between New York City, Old Lyme, Connecticut, and Southern California. more…

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