I am a HUGE Cronenberg fan! He is my second favorite director, and I love ALL of his films, and CRASH is no exception. Bizarre films are expected from Cronenberg, but CRASH goes even beyond bizarre, and I loved every minute of it. I've never been a big James Spader fan, but he is quite good in CRASH, as is the rest of the cast, and Rosanna Arquette looks extremely desirable. I'm admittedly surprised quite a bit that these for-the-most-part mainstream actors took such risky roles in this controversial film. The film's score by Howard Shore is just superb, and fits the film's tone very well. Very moody and effective. Some people may find the graphic sex scenes offending, but I have no problem with them, and love Cronenberg's use of them in his warped plot. Cronenberg truly is a master filmmaker, and CRASH is a controversial, but excellent film. I really would like to hear some opinions from any other Cronenberg fans on the board, or anyone else who has seen the movie.