Crashing (2007)

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Having been kicked out of his house by his wife, writer Richard McMurray crashes on the couch of two sexy co-eds where he just might find the inspiration to complete his second novel.


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Director:

Gary Walkow

Writers:

Gary Walkow (screenplay), Gary Walkow (story), Alain Silver (story)

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27 December 2008 | dudespell
10
| It feeds the creative soul
A handsome middle aged man and two beautiful young women just came to live together, all three striving to picture a book character of each other, in a tense but fresh relationship for all involved.

The body nudity was replaced by some embarrassing conversation and the sex was replaced by invasion into personal space, and everything happens in a light mood.

So, don't expect "Crashing" to be a movie for your sexual hormones or your fears, it isn't for your brain either, if you are a writer or do any other form of creative work it will be 75 minutes of pleasure.

The original music fits perfectly and the acting is good.

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