Body horror enthusiasts will be happy to know David Cronenbergit is Future Crimes just got a disturbing new red band trailer. Future Crimes will be the first film directed by Cronenberg since 2014 Maps to the starsand his first original screenplay since 1999 existreason enough to have us all pretty excited about the body horror master’s return to the big screen.
The new trailer introduces us to Saul Tenser (Viggo Mortensen), a celebrity who uses her body as a canvas and performs shows where people can witness the metamorphosis of her internal organs. And if that premise sounds too disturbing to you, know that the images Cronenberg uses are even more nerve-wracking. Set in the not so distant future, Crime of the future takes place at a time when humans can freely modify their bodies without feeling pain, molding new organs and using surgery as a new form of sexual interaction. In the trailer, Saul volunteers to find the limits of flesh manipulation, hoping to figure out how much we can change from ourselves before we stop being human.
The trailer is filled with grotesque images of pieces of flesh and bone attached to Saul’s body as intentional extensions or deformations of his guts. In the trailer, Cronenberg is also determined to show every step of the gory process of cutting Saul open, using tubes to penetrate his skin, and all in all destroying his body to put it back together again. way. So get ready for more urban legends about people walking out of theaters throwing up. Although, if the trailer is already that disturbing, the stories might be true this time around.
Future Crimes the star-studded cast also includes Léa Seydoux (no time to die), Kristen Stewart (spencer), Scott Speedman (You), Tanaya Beatty (Yellowstone), Nadia Litz (big muddy), Yorgos Karamichos (The Durrells), Yorgos Pirpassopoulos (Beckett), Welket Bungue (Berlin’s Alexanderplatz), Don McKellar (Blindness), and Lihi Kornowski (Lose Alice). The film is produced by Serendipity Point Films and Neon, which recently produced Possessorthe first movie of Brandon Cronenbergson of David Cronenberg.
Later this month, Cronenberg Future Crimes will have its world premiere at the Cannes Film Festival. After that, the film will hit theaters in New York and Los Angeles on June 3 and roll out to the rest of the country on June 10. Check out the new Red Band trailer below.
Here is the official synopsis of Future Crimes:
As the human species adapts to a synthetic environment, the body undergoes new transformations and mutations. With his companion Caprice (Léa Seydoux), Saul Tenser (Viggo Mortensen), a famous performance artist, publicly stages the metamorphosis of his organs in avant-garde performances. National Organ Registry investigator Timlin (Kristen Stewart) obsessively follows their
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