Rosanna Arquette is tired. She is stressed out from finishing her new documentary. She is very, very hungry. And the traffic on the way from central Los Angeles to Santa Monica has not improved her mood. The energy was just, like, raaaaaaaah! Once she's been made up and feels ready to face a camera, she's a little calmer.
Of course, since I am a fan of this actor, I had to find Crash. Master T downloaded it for me. Shortly after He did, I started watching it, but halfway through, I stopped. Crash is a Canadian-British psychological thriller film written and directed by David Cronenberg based on J. It tells the story of a group of people who take sexual pleasure from car accidents, a notable form of paraphilia.
June 23rd, , pm. However, the scene went awry and they had to eventually cut it out. I had to go immediately into a car and do a love scene with [Spader]," The New York Post quoted Arquette, as telling the mag. She added: "And I was breastfeeding and Cronenberg kept staring at me, like in this weird way, and I said, 'What?