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David Cronenberg says the public can leave the cinema after the first 5 minutes of his new movie

David Cronenberg says the public can leave the cinema after the first 5 minutes of his new movie

Not even five minutes… how provocative David Cronenberg is when he talks about the impending release of his new film, future crimes ,future crimes), which will be presented at the Cannes Film Festival in a few days.

,I’m sure people will start leaving the room after the first five minutes. I have it very clear,” Cronenberg told deadlineAbout his new film, the casting of which is being led (again) by Viggo Mortensen (already in promises of the past , Lee Sedoux You Kristen Stewart,

“I hope the public will protest it well in Cannes, but very strong scenes“, says in an interview with Cronenberg deadline (via IndieWire). And he remarks: “I’m sure people will start leaving after five minutes,” he repeated.

Cronenberg and Mortensen are already a "cinematic couple": they created "Eastern Promises", "A Violent History" and "A Dangerous Method".

Cronenberg and Mortensen are already a “cinematic couple”: they created “Eastern Promises”, “A Violent History” and “A Dangerous Method”.

I mean, it’s strong, warns Cronenberg, “Not even five minutes…” will be described as a strange way of promoting the film. But no, it’s not surprising if it has Cronenberg’s signature on it. just remember Fly, Videodrome, Inseparable, Crash, Naked Lunch.,

All the chapters in the Canadian filmmaker’s work that, when defining him, cannot be missing the words “provocative”, “repulsive”, “shocking” and other shocking qualifiers.

What is this about?

The story depicts a future society where humans They can modify their body with surgery without experiencing any pain. The plot centers on Saul Tensor (Mortensen), who is in charge of organizing the demonstrations, in which he tests these aesthetic operations and creations that we believe to be natural.

fear of the body, what they call in cinematic jargon, a passion for Cronenberg. “Some people who have seen the movie He has said that the last 20 minutes will be very difficult for the people, and only a few will bear them. One man said he almost had a panic attack,” he was more candid. deadline,

Kristen Stewart, one of the protagonists of "Crimes of the Future".  Reuters Photo

Kristen Stewart, one of the protagonists of “Crimes of the Future”. Reuters Photo

“Clack, clack, clack…”

What has been said: “Cronenberg’s premiere” is synonymous with controversy, as it unfolded at the time. crashwho is full of sensuality with her “nut” Francis Ford himself would annoy Coppola as well.

Something that Cronenberg already likes: “When people get up to go, the seats’hard‘Very striking’ -Folding seat hits dry against backrest-. so you listen ‘Clack, Clack, Clack’,

Will that choir of ‘Clack’ be with . premiere of crimes, It is too early to say, but the film promises a lot with its depiction of a future in which organ transplantation has become an art form.

Vigo praises Lee Seydoux

The first compliments, followed by the first privates, Sedoux (blue is the warmest color ) in a recent note Hollywood ReporterViggo Mortensen describes him as “the most committed screen partner he has worked with”.

Lee Seydoux will once again walk the Cannes red carpet as she did for the "Cold War" premiere in 2018.  Reuters Photo

Lee Seydoux will once again walk the Cannes red carpet as she did for the “Cold War” premiere in 2018. Reuters Photo

“Lee says, ‘I don’t care how it feels or what it looks like, If it’s right for the character and David, I’d totally go, Which seems to be his attitude all the time,” Mortensen said of his co-star.

“Some actors are afraid of certain things, and that’s very typical of them,” Cronenberg explains. “For such a film Needs an uninhibited actor in the very broadest sense of the wordAnd Lee definitely brings it to Caprice.”

A few days before the premiere, the question is whether, in the darkness of the Cannes theatre, that “Clack, clack, clack!” That Cronenberg knows so well.

Or rather: the first “Clack!” How many minutes will it take to be heard?

CJL

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