An ultra-provocative look at life-and death, and sex, and rebirth-in the fast lane, writer/ director David Cronenberg's Crash reached the finish line of US distribution only after unexpected pit stops along the way. Though the movie won a special jury prize at last year's Cannes Film Festival "for originality, daring, and audacity," Ted Turner, then-owner of distributor Fine Line Features, decided the film was a bit too original, daring, and audacious for domestic consumption, and bumped its ...

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