David Cronenberg Approaches Directing In The Most Cronenbergian Way Imaginable
Watching a David Cronenberg film can be a visceral experience.
Though Cronenberg’s three previous collaborations with Viggo Mortensen, “A History of Violence,” “Eastern Promises,” and “A Dangerous Method,” have seen him working in a more mainstream mode, their latest, “Crimes of the Future,” has the 79-year-old director returning to his body horror roots, having lost none of his edge.When “Crimes of the Future” made its world premiere at the Cannes Film Festival in May, there were reports of walkouts, and Cronenberg himself said he expected as much due to the movie’s graphic content.
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