A New York attorney is sent to Shanghai on business, where he finds himself in a legal mess that threatens his career. With the help of a relocation specialist and her contacts, he soon learns to appreciate the wonders of Shanghai.
An Asian-American actor, living in Los Angeles, is forced to reconsider his roots as well as the possibilities afforded him by his present situation after suddenly inheriting his grandmother's home in Shanghai.
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
Also released (for example in Australia) under the title "Intersections" See more »
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. See more »
RANDOM FILMS PART 7 Now, what can I say about Collision? Shall I mention it was originally called 'Intersections'? I'm sensing a theme here...
Should I talk about the fact that no-one can trust each other? Seriously, this is House Of Cards levels of deception...
I could prattle on about how there isn't a decent woman to be found in the movie (apart from right at the end)?
On the same topic, how about the underlying sexist message that females are only after one thing? (Clue: It start with M and rhymes with funny, though they're not spelt the same, unless you're dyslexic. )
There's a REALLY good car cra... Oh, you already guessed that by looking at the title. Silly me.
Er... The desert looks good at this time of year? Seriously folks, I'm struggling here. I've seen ALL this before... The backstabbing, the artificial tension, the stupid decisions, the frenetic last few minutes... Only, done much better.
Wondering why you've never heard of this film? Wonder no longer. 5/10
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