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“But director David Cronenberg and his star Viggo Mortensen insist the vicious climax to a murderous bathhouse battle between mob killers is an essential part of the movie, bringing home the reality and the finality of death…
‘I’m an atheist,’ Cronenberg said. ‘To me an act of murder is the act of total destruction, it’s absolute. There’s no comeback, there’s no going to heaven, that’s it. And it is ver easy for that to be veiled or covered up, in a movie especially.
‘To me it makes perfect legitimate, artistic and, if you push me, moral sense as well to do that this way.’”