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3000 years ago an Egyptian sorceress was buried alive for indulging forbidden pleasures of the flesh. Reincarnated in modern-day Los Angeles she is on a mission to track down the reincarnation of her ancient lost love.
Set around a wife and husband on vacation in Morocco with the wife plotting to murder her husband with help from her lover. The plan goes terribly wrong when her lover and husband get into a terrible car accident on a remote desert road. They escape the multi-car pileup at a desert intersection and encounter the group of survivors, including a wanted smuggler, an undercover cop, a kidnapper, a baby and an unconscious Australian. They embark on a journey of deceit and revelation that culminates in a Tangiers souk.Written by
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Saleh sabotages the Nissan Pathfinders engine to avoid Omar driving off without them by removing a spark plug. You can hear clearly that in fact its a diesel engine which does not use spark plugs.
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A very enjoyable B movie, along the lines of the minor 1940s classic, "Detour," with surprises, betrayals and brutality. Tough-minded yet likable. More intricately plotted than one would have supposed, given its disarming beginning, with a couple on honeymoon in Morocco. But almost immediately things begin to take a turn for the intriguing. And you don't quite know whom to believe. Everyone is hiding something from another person or persons, and no one, or hardly anyone, is who he or she seems. It's quite fast-moving, with sudden turns and acts of violence and revenge and retribution. There is one quite spectacular car crash that comes out of nowhere. The plot has already been set in motion, in some sense, but this ramps everything up. "Intersections" or "Collision," as it's also known, is one of those finds you're glad to come upon - - and it more than holds your attention. In fact, it repays your regard by offering you a satisfying movie that you didn't see coming (like the action that unfolds).
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