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DISTURBING, SEXUALLY EXPLICIT `CRASH' IS A BRILLIANTLY MADE FILM - Chicago Tribune
Following a severe accident, James Ballard discovers and develops his own concepts of sexual pleasure involving cars, bisexuality as well as automobile crashes including their visual aftermaths. Overall, the novel explores the psychological effects of technological developments and hence approaches a sexual fetish in which the traditional idea of sexuality functioning to procreate is substituted by constructing a technology estheticism. Defining normal sexual behavior as an act of procreation between man and woman, a sexual fetish becomes abnormal since it violates this traditional idea. Particularly, a sexual fetish replaces elements of common sexuality by means of finding pleasure in feet, shoes or modern technology as in Crash. Setting the story near London airport, Ballard employs the symbolic meaning of airports conveying coldness, functionality as well as loud noises of heavy machinery. Moreover, the motif of flying airplanes symbolizes the climax of human technological development.
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DISTURBING, SEXUALLY EXPLICIT `CRASH' IS A BRILLIANTLY MADE FILM
The controversy surrounding the original release of this dark exploration of sexy car accidents now seems quaintly outdated — but the film holds up well. His vision of the erotic car crash got brimstone denunciations from the Evening Standard and the Daily Mail. The controversy has aged badly, but Crash itself holds up well.
It's a kind of "Last Tango in Porsches," a film done with obvious artistry and intelligence by writer-director David Cronenberg, that's also loaded with sex acts and thick with an atmosphere of danger and promiscuity. Although it's based on a novel by a writer with a high literary reputation, England's J. Ballard and though Ballard himself has expressed great enthusiasm about the adaptation , it's not an easy movie to take.