During a car crash, the life of an architect (Richard Gere) flashes in front of him and he remembers having to choose between his frigid wife (Sharon Stone, who has all the animation of a spatula) and his vivacious mistress (Lolita Davidovich, who could use a sedative). Minutes seem to stretch into a lifetime at the Intersection as Gere gets closer to taking the Big Bus — but not nearly soon enough. D
Genre: Drama; Starring: Lolita Davidovich, Richard Gere, Sharon Stone, David Selby, Martin Landau; Director: Mark Rydell; Author: Marshall Brickman, David Rayfiel; MPAA Rating: R
Posted August 5 1994 — 12:00 AM EDT
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