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Crash 2004  Trailer
Year: 2004
Genres: Thriller, Drama, Crime
Type: Trailers
Duration: 2M19S
Cast: William Fichtner, Keith David, Eddie J. Fernandez, Jack McGee, Brendan Fraser, Michael Peña, Don Cheadle, Terrence Howard, Nona Gaye, Ryan Phillippe, Loretta Devine, Shaun Toub, Jennifer Esposito, Taber Cross, Marina Sirtis, Thandie Newton, Michael Peña, Joe Ordaz, Dato Bakhtadze, Billy Gallo, Sylva Kelegian, Alexis Rhee, Daniel Dae Kim, Glenn Taranto, Kathleen York, Ashlyn Sanchez, Howard Fong, Bruce Kirby, Kate Super, Curt Clendenin
Director(s): Paul Haggis

Trailer: Crash (2004)

Los Angeles citizens with vastly separate lives collide in interweaving stories of race, loss and redemption.

Los Angeles citizens with vastly separate lives collide in interweaving stories of race, loss and redemption.

Genre: Crime | Drama

Directed by,
Paul Haggis

Produced by,
Paul Haggis
Mark R. Harris
Bobby Moresco
Don Cheadle
Bob Yari
Cathy Schulman

Screenplay by,
Adam Mesbah

Story by,
Adam Mesbah

Sandra Bullock
Don Cheadle
Matt Dillon
Jennifer Esposito
William Fichtner
Brendan Fraser
Terrence Howard
Chris "Ludacris" Bridges
Thandie Newton
Ryan Phillippe
Larenz Tate

Music by,
Mark Isham

J. Michael Muro

Editing by,
Hughes Winborne

Yari Film Group
DEJ Productions

Distributed by,
Lionsgate (US)
Pathé (UK)

Release date(s),
September 10, 2004 (TIFF)
May 6, 2005 (United States)

Running time,
112 minutes

United States


$6.5 million

Box office,
$98,410,061 via N.B.


Over a thirty-six hour period in Los Angeles, a handful of disparate people's lives intertwine as they deal with the tense race relations that belie life in the city. Among the players are: the Caucasian district attorney, who uses race as a political card; his Caucasian wife, who, having recently been carjacked by two black men, believes that her stereotypical views of non-whites is justified and cannot be considered racism; the two black carjackers who use their race both to their advantage and as an excuse; partnered Caucasian police constables, one who is a racist and uses his authority to harass non-whites, and the other who hates his partner because of those racist views, but who may have the same underlying values in his subconscious; a black film director and his black wife, who believes her husband doesn't support their black background enough, especially in light of an incident with the racist white cop; partnered police detectives and sometimes lovers, one Hispanic female and the other black male, the latter who is dealing with a drugged out mother that feels he isn't concerned enough about taking care of family; an East Asian man who is run over but who is hiding some valuable cargo in the back of his van; a Persian store owner, who feels he isn't getting satisfaction from American society when his store is robbed time and time again; and a Hispanic locksmith, who just wants to keep his family, especially his young daughter, safe in a seemingly unsafe world.