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Long Live the New Flesh: The Films of David Cronenberg (1987)

Documentary about the career of director David Cronenberg, with clips from his films and interviews with friends, colleagues, film critics and Cronenberg himself.

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Laurens C. Postma
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David Cronenberg ... Himself
Jeff Goldblum ... Himself (archive footage)
Stephen King ... Himself
Martin Scorsese ... Himself
Robin Wood Robin Wood ... Himself
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Documentary about the career of director David Cronenberg, with clips from his films and interviews with friends, colleagues, film critics and Cronenberg himself.

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UK

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9 February 1987 (UK) See more »

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Toronto, Ontario, Canada See more »

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Fascinating Look into the Motifs of David Cronenberg
29 March 2001 | by eibon09See all my reviews

David Cronenberg:Long Live the New Flesh(1986) is an insightful and entertaining documentary on the films of David Cronenberg. Full of different opinions about what is Cronenberg. Begins discussion on Shivers(1975) and ends with shots of The Fly(1986). Great interviews from Martin Scorsese, Stephen King, and critic Robin Wood. Shows Croenberg as a movie maker that dares to go beyond what is mainstream cinema.


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