Viggo Mortensen Plants a New Agency in a Subtle ‘Crime of the Future’ Trailer

Hope you’ve had lunch already, because you won’t want to see new Crime of the future trailer while you eat the sandwich. David Cronenberg’s new film features some of the most gruesome body-horror scenes you’ll see all month, including ears on top of your head, an extra organ protruding from a man’s stomach, and a surgery. happenning. Can’t stand gore? Avoid. Crazy fan of horror? You will eat all of this.

Crime of the future, the film debuted at Cannes in just a few weeks, marking Cronenberg’s return to filmmaking after a long (nearly 10 years!) hiatus. The Accident The director is clearly not going to throw any punches with his new release, set in an astigmatism where surgery and body modification are all the rage.

“Surgery is sex, right?” Kristen Stewart very cleverly put it in the trailer. “You know. Surgery is a new gender”.

Um… count me out. However, there’s actually a reason why these dark characters continue to take the knife: In this world, the human body has become so strong that it can resist any pain. So, to find meaning, renowned performer Saul Tenser (Viggo Mortensen) introduces a display of his own ever-changing body.

But cunning investigator Timlin (Stewart) is unaware, and wants to use Saul’s body to teach the world about the next stage of human evolution. The intended goal, as the trailer explains, is “to create a map that leads us into the center of darkness.” Saul’s partner Caprice (Léa Seydoux) will have to help him keep the show going in order to best understand the body at work.

Cronenberg is known for movies like Accident, Fly, Creepy, Scannerand Crime of the future—Another film of the same name that is not affiliated with his new film. He hasn’t released a feature film since 2014 Map of the starsso the prediction is sky high.

Along with Mortensen, Seydoux and Stewart, the cast also includes Scott Speedman, Don McKellar, Tanaya Beatty and Nadia Litz. Cronenberg wrote the screenplay for the film, with Robert Lantos producing.

After debuting at Cannes, Crime of the future will land in cinemas on June 3. You have until then to brace yourself for Cronenberg’s manhunt. Viggo Mortensen Plants a New Agency in a Subtle ‘Crime of the Future’ Trailer


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