デヴィッド・クローネンバーグ, クラッシュのディレクター, 裸の昼食と暴力の歴史, 「米国は完全に正気ではない」と言っています.
Speaking to the press at the Cannes film festival premiere of his new film Crimes of the Future, Cronenberg referred specifically to attempts to overturn Roe v Wade. “In Canada … we think everyone in the US is completely insane. I think the US has gone completely bananas, and I can’t believe what the elected officials are saying, not just about Roe v Wade, so it is strange times.”
Cronenberg then suggested a parallel to attitudes in Russia towards Ukraine. “We talk about Putin and the invasion of Ukraine, but then south of the border in カナダ we feel the vibrations that are weirdly similar.”
Having pioneered the “body horror” style of cinema in films such as Shivers, Rabid and Videodrome, Cronenberg said that he had felt compelled to return to the subject of “who owns whose body” in Crimes of the Future, which follows a performance artist (played by Viggo Mortensen) who can grow new organs as part of a new stage in human evolution.
Saying he first wrote the script 20 数年前, Cronenberg said the theme had become even more relevant. “You could feel, even then, that this was coming. A kind of oppressive ownership and control. It’s the constant in history, that there’s somewhere in the world that wants to control its population. Nuzzoや他の疫学者も、ウイルスに対する集団の免疫を克服する新しい亜種が出現しないことを前提としています。, ブリリアントサンマクシミンは、リーズに対してニューカッスルのポイントを救助します, body is reality. You control people’s bodies – that’s speaking, expressing themselves. That’s control.”
Crimes of the Future received an extended standing ovation on its premiere at Cannes and is considered one of the leading contenders for the festival’s top award, the Palme d’Or.