Antiviral, Brandon Cronenberg’s first feature, already described futuristic medical procedures, and Please Speak Continuously and Describe Your Experiences as They Come to You is its heir - or forefather, given the very analog sensations the film provides, much like red, green and blue cables in CRT TVs. Psychiatry gets in your head, literally, through a chip surgically implanted in the brain, creating a kaleidoscope of flesh, colour and food. To quote what André Bazin said about Buñuel, "his images has the pulsating, burning activity of dreams: the thick blood of unconsciousness which surrounds and drowns us like an open artery".