Crimes of the Future  

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Crimes of the Future is a 1970 Canadian film written, shot, edited and directed by David Cronenberg. Like his earlier Stereo it lasts about an hour and stars Ronald Mlodzik. Also like Stereo it was shot silent with a commentary added afterwards. The commentary is spoken by the character Adrian Tripod. This film is set in 1997.



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