Long thought to be lost until the only surviving copy was salvaged from director Thomas White's garage, Who's Crazy? (1966) is a wild, free-form burst of 1960's experimentalism. Accompanied by an ecstatic original soundtrack by the great Ornette Coleman, and starring actors from the Living Theater, Who's Crazy? follows a group of mental patients who hole up in a deserted Belgian farmhouse, where they cook large quantiles of eggs and condemn one of their own in a impromptu court. The actors don't have must need for words when they can dance around, light things on fire, and drip hot wax on each other instead. Ornette Coleman and the other members of his trio - David Izenson and Charles Moffett - recorded their score for Who's Crazy? in one go while the film was projected for them, and the result feels like a slapstick silent film with the greatest possible accompaniment.