Arguably the most buzzed-about film from this year's Sundance Film Festival, 'Like Crazy' (read our review) stars Antony Yelchin and Felicity Jones as a couple trying desperately to navigate their way through a long-distance relationship. Paramount picked up 'Like Crazy' less than 24 hours after it premiered at the festival during one of those classic all-night bidding wars. We don't blame them either; you'd be hard pressed to find a person who can't relate to the themes present in the film. 'Like Crazy' does a tremendous job of tapping in to what it feels like to be in love (both the good and the bad), while reminding us of the little moments and how important they are in each of our lives.
We sat down for five minutes with 'Like Crazy' co-writer and director Drake Doremus, who was in competition at Sundance for the second year in a row (last year he brought the film 'Douchebag'). In the video after the jump we talk everything from the personal story that inspired the film to just how crazy it is to sell your little movie to a big studio like Paramount only hours after its premiere. Drake also gives us an idea of when you at home can see 'Like Crazy' later this year.
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