The making of CRASH, David Cronenberg’s controversial 1996 masterwork

Whether you’re a fan of the movie or not, give a look to the above video – a short making-of account of David Cronenberg‘s notorious J.G. Ballard adaptation Crash (1996). It highlights a swath of behind-the-scenes footage and clips from the feature film, but the majority of its content is a selection of interviews with the cast—and the director himself—offering their own interpretations and feelings regarding the project’s implications and intense subject matter.

Also: click here to view our post featuring the original 1971 short adaptation of Ballard’s novel.

About the Author

Spencer Everhart curates the Worth Viewing video blog for The Seventh Art. He joined the team after his first video essay ("Malick's Lyrical Branches - The Tree of Life") was published in our seventh issue. He currently resides in Toronto and is pursuing a M.A. in Cinema Studies at York University.