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Crash (17-May-1996)

Director: David Cronenberg

Writer: David Cronenberg

From novel: Crash by J. G. Ballard

Keywords: Thriller, Lesbian, Kinky

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Rosanna Arquette
Actor
10-Aug-1959   Desperately Seeking Susan
Holly Hunter
Actor
20-Mar-1958   The Piano
Elias Koteas
Actor
11-Mar-1961   Crash
Peter MacNeill
Actor
?   Ken Fitzpatrick on Call Me Fitz
James Spader
Actor
7-Feb-1960   Sex, Lies, and Videotape
Deborah Kara Unger
Actor
12-May-1963   Bangkok Hilton

REVIEWS

Review by Marcello In Sunglasses (posted on 11-Mar-2008)

A very interesting dark comedy that pokes fun at the extremes of sexual obsession and the ludricousness of our sexual imaginations. Deliberately limp in its representation of "porn", the sexual antics are purposefully clinical with a steely, alien Ambient score draped around all the lovely and damaged flesh. Cronenberg is always, always interesting.


Review by lashes (posted on 5-Mar-2005)

WoW.... Just, Wow. The fact that people could get off on car crashes is just amazing to me. However, considering the freaky things that people do nowadays, i guess it's not that surprising. I thought this movie was a bit below Holly Hunter's standards and I was surprised she done it. Her acting was good though as it is in everything she does. I hate her accent however, I'm from Georgia and we don't talk like that! It's just a joke.


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