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Intersection

The book Intersection was made into the movie Intersection.

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Book details for Intersection

Intersection was written by Paul Guimard. The book was published in 1967 by Penguin Books Ltd. More information on the book is available on Amazon.com.

 

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Movie details for Intersection

The movie was released in 1994 and directed by Mark Rydell. Intersection was produced by Paramount. More information on the movie is available on Amazon.com and also IMDb.

Actors on this movie include Richard Gere, Sharon Stone, Lolita Davidovich, Martin Landau, David Selby, Jennifer Morrison (II), Ron White, Matthew Walker, Scott Bellis, Patricia Harras, Keegan MacIntosh, Alan C. Peterson, Sandra P. Grant, Robyn Stevan, David Hurtubise, Gary Jones, Gerry McAteer, Christine Lippa, Denalda Williams and Eli Gabay.

 

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The temptation here is to make a joke about Intersection and dead ends--but this disappointing film has too much talent involved to kid about how wrong it went. Based on the French film Les Choses de la Vie, the film was adapted by the usually reliable... Read More
The temptation here is to make a joke about Intersection and dead ends--but this disappointing film has too much talent involved to kid about how wrong it went. Based on the French film Les Choses de la Vie, the film was adapted by the usually reliable Marshall Brickman (Annie Hall) and David Rayfiel (The Firm). Richard Gere plays a man caught between two women: his chilly, remote wife (Sharon Stone) and his vibrant young mistress (Lolita Davidovich). How the marriage declined, how the affair began, and how the two women's paths eventually cross--everything is seen in flashback after Gere's car spins out of control in a horrible accident. Director Mark Rydell has some of the squarest dialogue in recent movie history to work with, as he dissects how the marriage fell apart because of the wife's coolness and Gere's subsequent attraction to Davidovich's cocky young journalist. --Marshall Fine