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The official Crimes of the Future trailer, featuring Viggo Mortensen and directed by David Cronenberg, has been released by Neon. On June 3, it hits select theaters in New York and Los Angeles, with a wider theatrical release on June 10.
Future Crimes: release date
starring Viggo Mortensen and directed by David Cronenberg, was released by Neon. On June 3, it hits select theaters in New York and Los Angeles, with a wider theatrical release on June 10.
Future Crimes: Plot
As the human species adapts to a synthetic environment,” the description reads, “the body undergoes further changes and mutations.” “In avant-garde performances, acclaimed performance artist Saul Tenser openly displays the metamorphosis of his organs with his partner Caprice.” Timlin, an investigator with the National Organ Registry, constantly follows their whereabouts, that is, when a strange group is discovered… Their goal was to leverage Saul’s fame to shed light on the next stage of the Human Development.
Future Crimes: Distribution
David Cronenberg wrote and directed Crimes of the Future, set in the not-too-distant future (The Fly, Maps to the Stars). Viggo Mortensen, Kristen Stewart, Léa Seydoux, Scott Speedman, Welket Bungué, Don McKellar, Lihi Kornowski, Tanaya Beatty, Nadia Litz and Yorgos Pirpassopoulos star in the film.
Cronenberg and Mortensen had previously collaborated on A History of Violence and Eastern Promises to critical acclaim. The film was shot in Athens, Greece.
Future Crimes: Other Details
Neon, Serendipity Point Films and Argonauts Productions collaborated on Crimes of the Future. Executive producers include Joe Iacono, Thorsten Schumacher, Peter Touche, Christelle Conan, Aida Tannyan, Victor Loewy and Victor Hadida, with Steve Solomos and Panos Papahadzis serving as producers. Associate producers Bonnie Do and Laura Lanktree have also been cast.
Future Crimes: Trailer
The MPAA just gave the image an R rating for “disturbing violent material and gory visuals, explicit nudity, and some language,” all of which can be seen in the trailer.