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Crimes of the Future

David Cronenberg | 2022 | 107 MINS
Canada / UK
As he did with 90s hit ‘Crash,’ the director creates a bizarre new society of sicko sybarites where pain is the ultimate pleasure and ‘surgery is the new sex’

In Detail

In the field of body horror, nobody is more accomplished than Cronenberg, whose classics of the genre (including 'The Fly', 'Scanners' and 'Videodrome') have a terrible, clinging quality; they stick to you like parasites.

His return to the land of icky-mucky-yucky is set in a future where the human body is undergoing big changes. Pain is a thing of the past (that’s good!), pleasure is also on the way out (that’s bad) and people are growing new organs (that’s weird).

Viggo Mortensen plays a performance artist who incorporates his body’s rapidly expanding organ set into his art.

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