Cinéma, de notre temps: David Cronenberg: I Have to Make the Word Be Flesh Trailer

Cinéma, de notre temps: David Cronenberg: I Have to Make the Word Be Flesh Trailer (1999)

20 October 1999 Factual, TV Movie 68 mins

“I Have to Make the Word Be Flesh” is an insightful and candid interview with the man himself about his films and his motivations. Cronenberg is cheerfully frank about his often grotesque images and controversial subject matter, and clearly relishes in the opportunity to explore the themes and motifs behind each one.

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