Crimes of the Future review: Is Cronenberg sci-fi compelling or chaos?

David Cronenberg’s latest outing is a fascinating sci-fi tale that sets out to be a transgressive exploration of human evolution, but ends up sunk by flaws in its internal logic

Humans 15 June 2022

_DSF5796_1.TIF

Viggo Mortensen plays an artist who can grow new organs

Nikos Nikolopoulos/Neon

Crimes of the Future

David Cronenberg

Now playing in US cinemas; UK dates pending

SURGERY is the new sex – or at least it is in the world envisioned by David Cronenberg in his latest outing, Crimes of the Future, which premiered at the Cannes Film Festival last month.

The story takes place in an unsettling future, where humans have adapted to an environment they have polluted for decades – or is it centuries, perhaps millennia? In this dystopia, body modification represents …

Related Posts