David Cronenberg's body horror Crimes of the Future is a 2022 production in co-production with the United Kingdom and France.

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The film premiered at the Cannes Film Festival between 2022 and 2024, where it was in competition for the Best Palme d'Or award and received a six-minute standing ovation.

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Cronenberg makes a return to the science fiction and horror movie genres for the first time since eXistenZ (1999).

Climate change and pollution have resulted in significant advances in biotechnology, including the development of machines and (analog) computers that can interface with and control biological functions.

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However, humankind itself has witnessed a number of biological transformations of indeterminate origin.

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Most significant among these changes is the disappearance of physical injury and infectious disease for any appreciable number of individuals (allowing for surgeries to be carried out on conscious patients in typical settings), but other humans undergo more profound modifications of their physiology.

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One of these, an eight-year-old boy named Brecken, demonstrates an irrepressible talent for gorging on and digesting plastics as an adult. His mother employs a blanket to cover him over, resulting in his demise.

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Saul Tenser and Caprice are a celebrated theatre production couple. They utilize Tenser's "accelerated evolution syndrome," a tendency for his body to constantly develop new vestigial organs, by surgically removing them before a live audience.

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Tenser refuses to rest and suffer with persistent respiratory and digestive disorders, leaving him dependent on an assortment of biomechanical devices, which consists of a bed, a bed through which Caprice operates on him, and a reclining chair that helps him to eat.

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