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Is there any definitive evidence that Teddy was or was not crazy?
Andrew being aware of whats going on would undermine him being crazy. It is explicit in the book that he is not pretending to be Teddy but truly believes that he is Teddy. The author didn't like that line but interpreted the line as a momentary lapse of memory. I am trying to find the link. I am however not sure if Scorsese intended it to seem like a conscious decision.