Run time: 107 mins

David Cronenberg’s wonderful idea on where we are going as a species will stick with you for months. Divisive but mesmerising filmmaker, he has the great habit of polarising everyone. But is that such a bad thing? His latest film is a skin-crawling deep-dive into where we are heading.

In an unspecified future, significant advances in biotechnology and the invention of machines and computers that can directly interface with and control bodily functions have become the norm. With his partner Caprice, Saul Tenser, celebrity performance artist, publicly showcases the metamorphosis of his organs in avant-garde performances.

It’s a very complicated premise to sell. At the helm of it are some of the years greatest performances. Viggo Mortensen anchors proceedings and is truly great but Kristen Stewart steals the ship as the awkwardly creepy unsuspecting office dweller.

From the Railway Children returning to Thor there has been a glut of feel-good fantasy throughout the summer. Let’s just hope this rolls on into the autumn. We could all do with a bit of escapism come October 1st.


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