In the recent semi-documentary "Zoo," about "zoophiles" who have sex with horses, an animal worker says she isn't sure how she feels about this obsession, "but I'm right on the edge of being able to understand it. Advertisement The French have a term for it: l'amour fou -- mad love, obsessional love, the kind of love that may not be love at all but some kind of all-consuming passion as powerful as a narcotic addiction.
You may opt-out at any time. The two married shortly thereafter. Burt is still a larger-than-life, only-in-New-York ambulance-chaser type. Tweet Bill Kurtis does not actually narrate the documentary "Crazy Love" -- nobody does. Try demented.
Popular Blog Posts. Thank you for subscribing. In the film friends of Linda Pugach recall the beauty of her eyes before the attack, but no one quite explains how she could marry the man responsible for it. Director Dan Kloresco-helmed the film with actor Fisher Stevenshas assembled interviews with the principals Burt and Linda, that isfriends and family, bit players, armchair analysts and character witnesses, including reporter Jimmy Breslinwho insists that Burt is certifiably insane.
You agree to receive occasional updates and special offers for The New York Times's products and services. It keeps circling for its first half -- around questions of sex and psychopathology -- until its digressions begin to feel like padding.
Holden is trying to reconcile his emotions since Allie's death.
Pugach looked nowhere else.