A not too distant future in which humanity learned to change its own biological composition, causing mutations and transformations in the body. This is the scenario of Crimes of the Futurewhich marks the return of David Cronenberg in the direction of a feature film and won the first trailer.
Despite having the same title as the 1970 film, which was distributed in Brazil with the title in Portuguese, Crimes of the Future it’s not necessarily a remake.
Here we follow Saul Tenser (Viggo Mortensen), an artistic celebrity who along with his partner Caprice (Léa Seydoux) publicly shows the metamorphosis of his organs into avant-garde performances. Investigating this scenario is Timlin (Kristen Stewart), from the National Organ Registry, which obsessively tracks the two’s movements shortly after a new group is revealed. Determined, Timlin’s mission is precisely to use Saul’s notoriety to expose what the next phase of human evolution will be.
The film will be shown on Cannes Film Festival 2022 and will be released in June, right after the screening at the event.
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