BE, 1987, VO ENG, 90'
Not for the lighthearted... Crazy Love (1987), directed by Belgian filmmaker Dominique Deruddere, is an adaptation of various texts by Charles Bukowski. The film focuses on the impossibility of love, depicting three days in the life of a man named Harry Voss. Harry has an idealized view on love, but his facial acne makes him hard-pressed to find affection. The only women he manages to sleep with are, to put it mildly, quite passive. This beautifully shot film quickly attracted attention for breaking cinematic taboos, and ended up becoming a well-regarded work of world cinema.