Lunatics: A Love Story
Lunatics: A Love Story ★★★ 1992 (PG-13)
Hank (Raimi) is an exmental patient poet suffering from hallucinations and afraid to leave his Los Angeles apartment. For companionship he dials a partyline until, one day, he misdials and insteads gets the number of a local pay telephone, which is answered by a naive woman dumped by her boyfriend. When Nancy (Foreman) decides to visit Hank you learn she's as crazy as he is—so it only makes sense they would fall in love. A wellacted fable of how love fragilely connects even the most unlikely of people. 87m/C VHS . Theodore (Ted) Raimi, Deborah Foreman, Bruce Campbell, Brian McCree, Eddie Rosmaya, Michele Stacey, George Aguilar; D: Josh Becker; W: Josh Becker; C: Jeffrey Dougherty; M: Joseph LoDuca.
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