Still Crazy (1998)

R   |    |  Comedy, Drama, Music

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Fame, fortune and fornication drove the British rock band in the '70s until a divine end. 20 years later, Strange Fruit reunites and goes on a tour with ups and downs on the continent.




  • Still Crazy (1998)
  • Still Crazy (1998)
  • Les & Ray
  • Billy Connolly stars as Hughie
  • Billy Connolly in Still Crazy (1998)
  • Director Brian Gibson

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28 June 1999 | Flmbff
This funny film is a bit of a hidden gem.
I'm not sure why this film didn't get more of a release in the U.S. It's a lot easier to understand and faster paced than THE FULL MONTY and it's a lot more accessible than TRAINSPOTTING. In this era of sleeper hit indies from The United Kingdom, it certainly seems like there could have been room in the American cinematic marketplace for this charming film. The plot revolves around a 60's/70's band called "Strange Fruit" whose members decide to reunite in the late 90's. Their lives are in shambles and they all seem to miss rock stardom, so the reunion seems natural, but before they know it, they are reminded why the band broke up in the first place. The squabbling bandmates are played by a great group of actors. Their attempts to recapture their old magic are at first pathetic (and hilarious), but by the end of the second act, you'll be rooting for these guys. Billy Connolly plays the band's 'road dog' and he lights up the screen whenever he's on it. The direction (Brian Gibson directed WHAT'S LOVE GOT TO DO WITH IT and THE JOSEPHINE BAKER STORY) and script are first rate as well.

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Comedy | Drama | Music | Romance

Box Office

Opening Weekend USA:

$102,971 24 January 1999

Gross USA:


Cumulative Worldwide Gross:


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