As the clinic head comments: "Celebrities are not people, they're group hallucinations."That's the sharpest observation in a film which sometimes comes across as a Cultural Studies satire.‘ Banshee) whom I’m a huge fan of, and this looks like the type of film where the less I know about it beforehand, the better.
- with the pathogens for their customers' dining pleasure. His company, the Lucas Clinic, is contracted to take blood from dying celeb Hannah Geist (Sarah Gadon), and Syd injects himself and quickly becomes disoriented, weak, and feverish.
Imagine a poutier, even frecklier Eddie Redmayne, and you’re halfway to Jones’s alien looks, which Cronenberg isolates against yards of white wall for effect.
The movie is more thinkpiece than thriller, and the plot sometimes coasts a little, but it has a horrific Orwellian suggestiveness and the coldly arresting style to back it up.
That shows how much chemistry they had with one another in the movie, but what about their connection in real life?
The two share a good bonding with one another, and people often wonder if Caleb turned his co-star into his girlfriend.