Crazy Like A Fox
This is the story of Nat Banks, an 8th generation Virginia gentleman farmer living in the past, who loses his family farm, Greenwood, to a pair of land speculators from Washington, D.C. When the predatory couple manipulates a “legal” real estate transaction that turns into a hostile possession of the manor house, he temporarily loses his mind, leaving his family but not the farm. Instead, he hides out in a cave on Goose Creek, waging guerilla warfare against expansionism and the destruction of historic property with the help of his family, friends, and neighbors…
The film takes you in the direction of the old south where traditions play a big role in a family’s life. As generations of the Banks family lived on the farm I can see where it would make a person crazy to have to give it all up. “Crazy Like A Fox” is slow moving at times but relays an interesting story about family ties, tradition and deception. But due to the use of objectionable language in this film, The Dove Foundation cannot give its seal of approval to this film.