FFCC Members on ‘Crimes of the Future’

Posted by Allison Hazlett on Tuesday, June 21, 2022

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FFCC members on David Cronenberg’s Crimes of the Future

Philip Booth, Philip’s Flicks

Cronenberg, working from his own original screenplay for the first time in more than 20 years, knows how to construct a strikingly original, wildly creative setting that doesn’t remotely resemble anything else that’s likely to flicker across the big screen this year.

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Gisela Savdie, El Heraldo/Letra Urbana

“Cronenberg submerges us in a Saramago-like universe, where the lack of physical pain creates the need for another kind of pain”

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Juan Barquin, Miami New Times/Dim the House Lights

Crimes of the Future is a Bleak, Beautiful Trans Masterpiece’

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Alfred Soto, Humanizing the Vacuum

‘Crimes of the Future’ imagines a techno-queer landscape much like our own

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