Who's Crazy?

Synopsis: Patients from an insane asylum find refuge at a farmhouse after escaping from a bus.
Genre: Drama
Director(s): Thomas White, Allan Zion
Production: Kino Lorber
 
IMDB:
6.5
Metacritic:
77
Rotten Tomatoes:
71%
Year:
1966
73 min
$3,045
Website
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[combo, with violin: free jazz]

[woman] When

a' You're sad a'

a' Don't cry a'

Your

a' Won't stop crying a'

a' For long a'

a' If you do a'

a' Then you smile a'

A' A while A'

a' Not for long a'

Sadness a'

Ennui a'

a' Let's cry a'

Or smile I

[music box:
lullaby]

[chorus chanting]

[chanting continues]

[free jazz]

[woman] ls God?

Is man? r

Is God? r

Is man? r

[woman 2] ls man God'?

-ls Goa'...

-[woman 1] Man?

a' It's a great question a'

a' That tantalizes a'

-:
Believers r

- Believers.

- And. ..

-4' Atheists a'

- Who possibly. ..

- Suspect that the...

[together]

That the answer is God'

-. Is man? a'

u' Is man? a'

-. Is man God? r

a' Is man God? a'

-. Man? God? a'

-. Is man Godf? a'

a' And if you are man a'

What is man? We have to begin...

What is man? r

We have to begin with man

because it as man that we ask these. . .

A' Quest... a'

[free jazz, up-tempo]

[shouting, shrieking]

[barking]

[woman] Come on.

[barking continues]

[door rattles]

[all shouting, laughing]

[nervous laugh]

[coughing]

[man murmuring]

[woman humming]

[high-pitched whistling]

[pots and pans clatter]

[high-pitched whistling continues]

[man] What?

[Shouting] What? What?

[blowing]

[people chattering]

[child chattering]

[continues blowing]

-[laughing]

-[low whistle]

[man laughing]

[laughing, chattering]

[monkey-like chattering]

[monkey-like chattering continues]

[groans]

[monkey-like chattering continues]

[no audible dialogue]

[whooping]

[whooping]

[whooping]

[laughs]

[man] Oh, our matchmaker.

- Ha,ha,ha,ha!

-[woman] Who's the matchmaker?

[woman] Who's crazy?

-[imitating dog howling]

-[imitating cat yowling]

[woman, laughing] You're crazy.

You're crazy.

[deep breath, low whistle]

[man] You are f*cking mad.

[whistling]

[woman] With the more sophisticated

societies of the ancient world...

cosmological... a' Nothing a'

was proved

that there were many gods.

[bell tinkling]

Much closer to the deity

of modern monotheism

was the

a' Egyptian sun god Aten a'

which the pharaoh forced

on his polytheistic people

a' As the only god a'

[high-pitched yelp]

[person clapping]

[bell tinkling]

[laughing]

[woman] Come on!

[low chanting]

[all chanting]

[all chanting]

[all chanting]

[chanting stops]

[blowing note]

[woman] What is man?

What is the purpose

Of this existence? a'

What is life?

[stove clatters]

Where's the water?

Water. Water.

Water.

- Water for coffee.

- Where's the water?

Where's the water?

Wawa!

Wa... ter!

[woman] Water

- Wawa!

- Water!

[all] Water! Water! Water!

- Water!

- Water! Wawa!

-[squeaking]

-[man] Glug, glug, glug!

- Water.

-[all chanting] Water! Water! Water!

-[all chanting]

- Wawa!

Wawa!

Wawa!

[chanting continues]

[man] Water!

Wat...

[singing, indistinct]

[low, indistinct]

[low, indistinct]

[woman]

Water appears as ocean

Stop trying to pity me.

Don't dominate me.

I've never tried to dominate you.

I want you to rest.

You'll help me more by resting.

Don't explain. I understand.

Yes, I will explain.

You started it when you started

talking about that man.

You think I couldn't see

what you were driving at?

- Mario!

-[sighs]

If the milkman says indecent things to me,

he does to you too.

But you love mingling.

You'd better see whether everything...

You'd better see whether

everything is in order.

As monsieur says,

he's always finding the maid's hairs

on the pinks of the roses.

You love mingling.

[chuckles]

So it's not enough...

not enough to be raped by a milkman

who goes blithely through our garrets.

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