I bought the VHS copy years ago and continue to enjoy it. Yes, a definite must for Daniel Day Lewis fans. Zany? Sure, but this is also a satire on the human struggle of commitment vs. selling-out, somewhere between idealism and cynicism. Daniel Day Lewis' character (Fergus O'Connell) is arduously devoted to the principle and ethics of "mobile dentistry", bringing dental awareness and care to not only the needy, but to anyone, anywhere, anytime, for free and without discrimination. This, in fact, is the mission of the Foundation for the Development of Dental Consciousness, for whom he works. Mirjana Jokovic (Estella) who delightfully pronounces his name "Furrgoose" doesn't know what to make of this very odd guy whom, she too, comes to idealize and love. What can you say about a guy who constantly hands out free toothbrushes, pulls teeth with his fingers and whose motorcycle and sidecar is his dental office! Despite periods of rejection, struggle and betrayal, Estella and Fergus, eventually, fall in love. The cast, who are wonderful character actors give a performance in an almost ensemble style, and play it as straight as they can which only serves to heighten, the comedic effect. Personally, I believe we've all been there: We start out in our work (whether you're a cop, a priest, a nurse, a corrections officer or a teacher) or in many of our relationships with a typically, youthful and idealized passion and commitment. And then, in fairly short order, if we don't quit or burn out, and instead, choose to remain, we're often faced with having to accept a cynical surrender to conditions that are beyond our control. At the end of the film, (I won't give it away.), there's a very funny line by Daniel Day-Lewis in the shower with Mirjana that's worth the price of admission. The film is shot with beautiful vistas in what appears to be on location in Patagonia.