People have walked out of Kristen Stewart’s new graphic horror film, Crimes of…

31 May 2022, 12:17

Crimes of the Future also received a seven-minute standing ovation.

Kristen Stewart’s New Dystopian Horror Movie Future Crimes recently premiered at the Cannes Film Festival and it was so graphic that people walked out.

Now we all know and love Kristen for her role as Bella Swan in the Dusk franchise. However, his latest role is much darker. Set in the future, the film centers on a reality where “surgery is the new sex”.

The official synopsis reads: “As the human species adapts to a synthetic environment, the body undergoes further transformations and mutations. organs in avant-garde shows.

“Timlin (Kristen Stewart), an investigator for the National Organ Registry, obsessively follows their movements, which is when a mysterious group comes to light… Their mission – to use Saul’s notoriety to shed light on the next phase of human evolution.”

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People Walked Out Of Kristen Stewart's New Horror Movie Because It Was So Graphic

People walked out on Kristen Stewart’s new horror movie because it was so graphic.

Photo: Taylor Hill/WireImage, Argonauts Productions

The film includes a child autopsy scene that flips the stomach, graphic surgery shots, and a dancer who has eyes and lips sewn together with ears all over his body…

As you can imagine, it’s pretty graphic and gory. In fact, some scenes are so uncomfortable to watch that several people walked out at the Cannes Film Festival, Variety reports. However, the film also received a seven-minute standing ovation from people who managed to sit down during the toe-curling scenes.

Kristen told Insider that even she was confused by the film’s plot at first. “We actors spent every day after work thinking, ‘What the hell are we doing?’ But then I watched the movie last night and it was so clear to me,” she explained.

“It’s so eye-opening, and it feels like you’re chopping up organs when you’re doing something, and if you’re not, it’s not worth it.”

Future Crimes

Crimes of the future.

Photo: Argonauts Productions

However, Kristen thinks the confrontational nature of the film is actually what makes it a worthy watch.

She continued, “Everyone likes to talk about how hard their movies are to watch and it’s fun to talk about people coming out of Cannes screenings. But every gaping, weird bruise in his movies, it opens up to me. mouth You wanna bend over And it never pushes me away What I feel is through a really visceral desire and it’s the only reason we’re alive We’re bags of pleasure.

Future Crimes hits theaters in the US on June 3.

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