Crazy Love

Synopsis: Three 'Bukowskian' torrid nights in the life of a man in search of love. Harry Voss, 12, is young and naive. Love, for him, is romantic love between princes and princesses demurely kissing each other on the mouth. His father is a hero who kidnapped his mother and married her on a lonely mountain peak... Later on, he'll do the same. But Harry has a lot to learn. He also learns that there are handsome men and ugly ones, that love can be unfair. That one can find comfort in drinking... but above all he learns that man is capable of anything - absolutely anything! - to get his fair share of love.
Genre: Drama
90 min


Why'd you marry Dad?

He was one of my brother's friends;

one day he just asked me

That's it?

That's it

Nothing else happened?



I don't believe you.

You're leaving something out

- Like what?

- He had to fight for you

- He was a fighter, all right

- And he kidnapped you

Didn't he?


Then what happened?

Then he took me to a hut

up in the mountains

I was a prisoner there

for three days

Were you scared?

Oh, Yes.

He was so strong


Then he took me

to the top of the mountain

To show me the world

He said:

All that belongs to you and me

And then he kissed me so hard,

I can still feel it

Just like a film

Better... Much better

And the tits of Mary Cobb

have each one got a knob

To play with,

to play with...

I got a present...

From the boys at work

I got something, too




She's still got all her clothes on

She's a princess.

They always dress in white

And the prince had to fight

for her first

Then he was allowed to marry her

You believe that crap?


Want to know

why grown-ups get married?

So they can f*ck

You know what that is, fucking?

Not really

Don't know much, do you?

- That's what grown-ups do?

- If they're not fighting

Your parents do it, too


That's your mother

And that's your father

And that's fucking

Like to try it?


To f*ck well,

you have to learn to kiss well

I know how to kiss

With your tongue?

That's kissing...

And here's where you learn it

Don't worry.

I've scored here loads of times

You're lucky. That's Kathy,

she's the hottest of them all

Go and sit next to her,

or someone else will get her

- Look at her teeth!

- Then look at her legs

Don't tell me

you blew a chance like that!

I didn't know what to do

And now, ladies and gentlemen!

The most beautiful women in the world

Step right up! Step right up!

And let me introduce you

to Tiger Rita!

And right here the one and only

Eva Pavlova, the terror of Warsaw!

See their breasts?

They're topped with nipples

When you rub them,

they get stiff

And when they get stiff,

you know you're in business. Got it?

Here, this'll make you feel better

I never saw a woman like that before

- Beautiful...

- No, hot!

If anyone can teach you,

it's her...

What a woman!

Come on. Now you'll see

what fucking is

Mummy! Can we go?

- Play some more. Here

- No...

The ginger one is Theo.

He's in my class

Didn't know his mother was like that

- Can I come?

- Of course not...

Bloody hell!

That ginger bastard

I thought they were really

going to do it

Right in front of us

That'd have been worth seeing

Know where Ginger lives?

Yes, but I've never been there

Then it's time we went there to play


You sure it's here?


What a woman


I never saw a woman

like that before

- I'm horny as a rabbit

- Me, too

I need to cool down

That's better

I need some water too

This may be your big day, kid

I can't

Don't be scared.

She's blind drunk

She won't wake up

What shall I do?

Remember what that bloke

at the fair did to her?

Do the same as him

Go on

- She smells good

- Because she's horny

Lie down on top of her.

Lie down

I still haven't done it

I'll show you something

that'll make you feel better

Watch now

But make sure

you don't do it too often

You might get a crooked back

Or go crazy

Ma, dad didn't kidnap you, did he?


Why did you lie to me?

Because you're so young

Everything is ugly

No. There are many beautiful things

in life, son

Go to sleep now

- You must be nervous

- Why's that?

It's your last day at school

I can still remember

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Charles Bukowski

Henry Charles Bukowski (born Heinrich Karl Bukowski; August 16, 1920 – March 9, 1994) was a German-born American poet, novelist, and short story writer. His writing was influenced by the social, cultural, and economic ambience of his home city of Los Angeles. His work addresses the ordinary lives of poor Americans, the act of writing, alcohol, relationships with women, and the drudgery of work. Bukowski wrote thousands of poems, hundreds of short stories and six novels, eventually publishing over 60 books. The FBI kept a file on him as a result of his column, Notes of a Dirty Old Man, in the LA underground newspaper Open City.Bukowski published extensively in small literary magazines and with small presses beginning in the early 1940s and continuing on through the early 1990s. As noted by one reviewer, "Bukowski continued to be, thanks to his antics and deliberate clownish performances, the king of the underground and the epitome of the littles in the ensuing decades, stressing his loyalty to those small press editors who had first championed his work and consolidating his presence in new ventures such as the New York Quarterly, Chiron Review, or Slipstream." Some of these works include his Poems Written Before Jumping Out of an 8 Story Window, published by his friend and fellow poet Charles Potts, and better known works such as Burning in Water, Drowning in Flame. These poems and stories were later republished by John Martin's Black Sparrow Press (now HarperCollins/Ecco Press) as collected volumes of his work. In 1986 Time called Bukowski a "laureate of American lowlife". Regarding Bukowski's enduring popular appeal, Adam Kirsch of The New Yorker wrote, "the secret of Bukowski's appeal. . . [is that] he combines the confessional poet's promise of intimacy with the larger-than-life aplomb of a pulp-fiction hero."Since his death in 1994, Bukowski has been the subject of a number of critical articles and books about both his life and writings, despite his work having received relatively little attention from academic critics during his lifetime. more…

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