The Crossing - 1990 (R)


Year of Release: 1990
Rated: R
Director(s): George Ogilvie
Approx. Running Time: 92 minutes
Format(s): VHS
My Rating: 2 Stars (Out of 5)

From Back Cover:

"Classic, romantic drama... high-class all the way."

A young woman must choose between the security of a life she has come to cherish - and a passion too deep to be ignored - in THE CROSSING. Beautiful Meg had lived her whole life in the small town where she was born, falling in love with ambitious artist, Sam. When Sam leaves to pursue his career in the city, Meg makes the painful decision to stay behind with her family - turning to Sam's best friend Johnny for comfort. But when Sam unexpectedly returns, he sets off a dramatic chain of events that will spark a bitter rivalry... re-ignite lost passions... and ultimately change all of their lives forever - in this powerful coming-of-age story featuring the music of David Bowie with Tin Machine, and Crowded House.

My Comments:

A forgettable film. Significant only to Russell Crowe fans and even then really only because this was when he met his now wife, Danielle Spencer.

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