The Crossing (1990) movie
The Crossing (1990) movie
     

The Crossing 1990

GENRES: drama, romance SUBGENRES: melodrama
DIRECTOR: George Ogilvie STARRING: Russell Crowe, Robert Mammone, Danielle Spencer
AWARDS: 1 win & 2 nominations COUNTRY: Australia RUNTIME: 92 minutes RATED:
After 18 months Sam returns to his place of birth. He wants to ask his girlfriend Meg who he had let down when he left, to go with him to the big city. However Meg was deeply sad because of...

Synopsis

Where destiny meets desire.

A single day. To challenge the past. To accept the present. To decide the future. Sam arrives in his home town after 18 months away, hopeful that Meg, the girlfriend he abandoned, will go back with him to the city. His return brings the outside world into the parochial confines of the town, provoking mixed reactions which fuel conflict. Meg, heartbroken when Sam left her, has begun an affair with Sam's friend Johnny. On the eve of Sam's arrival, Johnny asks Meg to marry him. The marriage proposal, along with Sam's unexpected return, forces Meg to choose not only between the two men but also the type of life she wants. The conflicting loyalties and emotions generated by the triangle provide the focus for an array of inter-related characters enmeshed in the life of this country town. There is a feeling of impending tragedy as night falls and Johnny becomes increasingly desparate.

Movie data

1 win & 2 nominations

RELEASED:
1990.10.18
RUNTIME:
92 minutes
COUNTRY:
Australia

Starring of The Crossing

Russell Crowe, Robert Mammone, Danielle Spencer

Genres

Melodrama

GENRES:
SUBGENRES:
FLAGS:
adult situations, brief nudity, nudity, profanity, questionable for children

Crew

Directed by George Ogilvie

DIRECTOR:
WRITER:
Ranald Allan

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