MISE À DAY
Seventeen years after its initial release in Quebec, the film C.R.A.Z.Y. by the late filmmaker Jean-Marc Vallée continues to shine abroad. After having been shown recently in a few cinemas in the United States, the feature film will be released in ten theaters in Japan on July 29.
According to distributor Fine Films, C.R.A.Z.Y. will be shown in Tokyo and Kyoto, among others. Jean-Marc Vallée's feature film starring Marc-André Grondin, Michel Côté and Danielle Proulx had not been released in Japan when it was originally released in 2005.
Recently restored , C.R.A.Z.Y. will also be relaunched a second time in certain countries where it was released at the time, such as France (where it will be shown in a few theaters from August 31), Spain, Denmark, Taiwan and Estonia. Jean-Marc Vallée's classic was recently given a limited release in a few repertory theaters in the United States.