• Maps To The Stars
        • Maps To The Stars

          • Country:
          • Canada, USA, Germany, France, 2014
          • Group:
          • Panorama
          • Duration:
          • 111’
          • Director:
          • Dejvid Kronenberg
          • Screenplay:
          • Brus Vagner
          • Cast:
          • Džulijen Mur, Evan Berd, Džon Kjusak, Robert Patinson
          • Festivals:
          • Cinematography:
          • Piter Sušicki
          • Editing:
          • Ron Sanders
          • Sound:
          • Kristijan Kuk, Majkl O'Farel, Orest Suško
          • Music:
          • Hauard Šor
          • Producer:
          • Said Ben Said, Martin Kac, Mihel Merkt
          • Production:
          • Prospero Pictures, Sentient Entertainment, SBS Productions, Integral Film
        • Showing

          27. Feb | 22:00 | 350 RSD
          Sava centar

          28. Feb | 22:30 | 250 RSD
          Dom omladine

          01. Mar | 21:00 | 250 RSD

        • SYNOPSIS

          Havana Segrand is a desperate middle-aged actress scheming to land the lead in a remake of a film her mother starred in years ago. Around this imploding star revolves a constellation of shady Tinseltown types: Dr. Stafford Weiss, a TV psychologist and self-help guru whose teen-idol son is going off the rails; Agatha, a pyromaniac who gets hired as Havana's assistant; Jerome, a limo driver, struggling actor and aspiring screenwriter; and various wives, agents, and phantoms who stroll periodically through the carnage. Gleefully dissecting a milieu driven by all the wrong values, Maps to the Stars peels back Tinseltown's skin-deep facade to reveal a dystopia that's at once utterly alien and eerily recognizable.

          David Cronenberg


          He was born in Toronto in 1943. After showing an inclination for literature and for music, Cronenberg graduated from the University of Toronto with a degree in Literature. He reached the cult status of horror-meister with modern-vampire variations of Shivers (1975) and Rabid (1977). Cronenberg gained popularity with the telepathy-based Scanners (1981). With Dead Ringers (1988) and Naked Lunch (1991), the Canadian director, no more a mere genre movie-maker but a fully realized auteur, got the acclaim of international critics. Such profound statements on modern humanity and ever-changing society are prominent in the provocative Crash (1996) and in the virtual reality essay of eXistenZ (1999), both of which well fared at the Cannes and Berlin Film Festivals. In his films Spider (2002) and A History of Violence (2005), Cronenberg turns towards more psychological exploration of human contradictions and idiosyncrasies, which continues with his latest projects.





          2014       Maps to the Stars

          2011       Dangerous Method, A

          2007       Eastern Promisses

          2005       A History of Violence

          2002       Spider

          2000       Camera

          1999       eXistenZ

          1996       Crash

          1993       M. Butterfly

          1991       Naked Lunch

          1988       Dead Ringers

          1986       The Fly

          1983       The Dead Zone


          1981       Scanners

          1979       The Brood

          Fast Company

          1977       Rabid

          1975       Shivers



          2014       Cannes, Toronto, New York, London, Busan



          2014       Cannes - Best Actress (Julianne Moore); Sitges - Best Actress (Julianne Moore)


          So crisply directed, furiously paced and gleefully performed that you go along for the ride.

          Jon Frosh, The Atlantic