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Crisscross (1992)

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Goldie Hawn makes a change of pace in this downbeat drama about a mother' sacrifice for her family, and her son's attempts to save her from herself. When John Cross (Keith Carradine) returns home to Key West, Florida in 1969 after a tour of duty as a fighter pilot in Viet Nam, he's an emotionally shattered man; he begins drinking heavily and, in an desperate effort to find himself, abandons his wife Tracy (Goldie Hawn) and their 12-year-old son Chris (David Arnott) to live in a monastery, where he takes a vow of silence. Left with no means of support for herself or her son, Tracy takes a job as a bartender at a sleazy strip joint, but when she finds out how much more money the dancers are making, she reluctantly moves on to a career as a go-go girl. When Chris finds out about his mother's new job, he wants to rescue her from a shameful and humiliating (if profitable) career and stars taking odd jobs, including running fresh catch from a local fisherman to the restaurant in a resort hotel. However, Chris soon discovers that's he's actually being making cocaine drops, with the drugs hidden inside the fish; Chris makes the dangerous decision to steal the drugs and sell them himself. The supporting cast features Arliss Howard and Steve Buscemi.

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Cast

Goldie Hawn
as Tracy Cross
David Arnott
as Chris Cross
Keith Carradine
as John Cross
John Nesci
as Connie
Annie McEnroe
as Mrs. Sivil
Tim Settimi
as Mr. Sivil
Carol Hankamp
as Mrs. Smethurst
Brother Paul Johnson
as Brother Timothy
Ronald Cellilo
as Eggs Over Easy
Gregory Wolf
as Carrot Eater
Ray Bastenero
as Truck Driver
Rebel
as Himself
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Critic Reviews for Crisscross

All Critics (1)

The story never reaches any dramatically effective moments.

October 5, 2017 | Rating: C+ | Full Review…

Audience Reviews for Crisscross

½

Goldie tries something different and misses. Average drama with good intentions but nothing special. If you want to see Goldie in a change of pace watch Deceived instead it's much better.

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