In a movie "Moana", there's this conversation between Moana and her gramma Tala:
Tala: When I die, I'm going to come back as one of these. Or I chose the wrong tattoo.
Moana: Why are you acting weird?
Tala: I'm the village crazy lady. That's my job.
I wonder why Tala said "the village crazy lady" instead of "the crazy village lady".
Usually, when a noun phrase has one adjective and two nouns, the order is "adjective + noun + noun" as in "crazy village lady". But here, the order is "noun + adjective + noun".
Is there any particular reason for adopting this unusual word order?