David Cronenberg has made a career of exploring the darker side of eroticism. Stereo, Crimes of the Future, and Rabid gave initial form to his fascination with the psychological aspects of death, disease, lust, and power. And, in 1975 Shivers gained Cronenberg widespread recognition and notoriety for his exceptionally chilling expressions of society's fears about the sexual revolution and its long-term ramifications.
|Publisher:||Faber and Faber|
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About the Author
David Cronenberg is the writer and director of such cult favorites as Crash, The Fly and Naked Lunch.
Table of Contents
|Introduction: Why It's Impossible to Read a Film Script||vii|
|Crimes of the Future||15|