Vision Quest (released in the United Kingdom and Australia as Crazy for You) is a 1985 American coming-of-age romantic drama film starring Matthew Modine, Linda Fiorentino, Michael Schoeffling and Ronny Cox. It is based on Terry Davis's 1979 novel of the same name. Modine plays a Spokane high school wrestler who falls in love with an older woman, an aspiring artist from New Jersey on her way to San Francisco.
Louden Swain is a wrestler at Thompson High School who has just turned 18 years old. He has decided that he needs to do something truly meaningful in his life. He embarks on a mission or, in a Native American term, a vision quest. His goal is to drop two weight classes to challenge the area's toughest opponent, Brian Shute, a menacing three-time state champion from nearby rival Hoover High School, who has never been defeated in his high school career. In his zeal to drop from to , against the wishes of his coach and teammates, he disrupts the team around him and creates health problems of his own.
|keywords||boarder boarding house lose native american native americans in the united states new jersey nosebleed pass san francisco vision quest weight loss win wrestle wrestler|
|producer||Jon Peters Peter Guber|
|publisher||Warner Bros. Pictures|
|theme||high school romantic drama|