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Crash (1996)
Starring: Rosanna Arquette, Holly Hunter, Elias Koteas, James Spader, Deborah Unger
Director: David Cronenberg
Category: Drama, Suspense / Thriller, Independent
Studio: New Line Cinema
English, Spanish, French
100 mins



NC-17 and R-Rated Versions

Take a psycho-sexual journey into oblivion with James Spader and Holly Hunter in this controversial film from acclaimed director David Cronenberg.Spader stars as James Ballard, a bored film director who explores new realms after a near fatal car accident introduces him to a world of sexually obsessed car crash enthusiasts.Unsatisfied by his marriage, Ballard joins Dr. Helen Remington and begins to explore the eroticism of the car the sexual violence of auto accidents.His quest eventually leads him to Vaughan, a renegade scientist overcome by the erotic power of the crash.CRASH is shocking, controversial and eerily possible.


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