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Crimes of the Future

Humans adapt to a synthetic environment, with new transformations and mutations. With his partner Caprice, Saul Tenser, celebrity performance artist, publicly showcases the metamorphosis of his organs in avant-garde performances. (R, 107 min.)


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As the human species adapts to a synthetic environment, the body undergoes new transformations and mutations. With his partner Caprice (Léa Seydoux), Saul Tenser (Viggo Mortensen), celebrity performance artist, publicly showcases the metamorphosis of his organs in avant-garde performances. Timlin (Kristen Stewart), an investigator from the National Organ Registry, obsessively tracks their movements, which is when a mysterious group is revealed… Their mission – to use Saul’s notoriety to shed light on the next phase of human evolution. [NEON]

Starring: Viggo Mortensen, Léa Seydoux, Kristen Stewart
Director: David Cronenberg
Genre(s): Drama, Horror, Sci-fi

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"Crimes of the Future is Cronenberg to the core."

— IndieWire

"Crimes is classic Cronenberg: a sci-fi fable about evolution, complete with fleshy incisions."

— Esther Zuckerman, Thrillist

"Provocatively feverish stuff from the dearly missed vintage annals of Cronenberg."

— Tomris Laffly,

"It’s a body-horror movie that keeps growing new 'ideas.' Like most of Cronenberg’s films, it works from the head down."

— Owen Gleiberman, Variety

"It’s an extraordinary planet that Cronenberg lands us down on, and insists we remove our helmets before we’re quite sure we can breathe the air."

— Peter Bradshaw, Guardian

"A soulful Léa Seydoux strikes the right notes as the surgeon-artist seduced by the possibilities afforded to art by this bonkers, ever-morphing new world."

— Philip De Semlyen, Time Out

"It’s marvelous to have Cronenberg back and to behold his undimmed, unparalleled skill at welding the formulations of horror and science fiction to the cinema of ideas."

— Justin Chang, Los Angeles Times

"What could have been a grossly and even off-puttingly gruesome display of torturous experiments and corporal corruption has been treated with an unexpectedly light and even playful hand."

— Todd McCarthy, Deadline Hollywood Daily

"Pure, essential Cronenberg, Crimes Of The Future comes across as a manifesto of the Canadian director’s lingering preoccupations, the works for which he is justifiably most celebrated."

— Fionnuala Halligan, Screen International

"Just as [Cronenberg’s] characters can live in a suspended state of rot, he can thrive within a world and culture in its death throes. In his reenergized perspectives on degeneration, he’s created one last safe haven for his fellow degenerates."

— Charles Bramesco, The Playlist

"This sly but surprisingly warm gesture (from an artist in an aging body of his own) uses its premise to question the authorship of the human body, tap into the fear of losing it, and reach towards the seductive embrace of what comes next."

— David Ehrlich, indieWire