"The White-Headed Fly" of 1959 wins a remake at the hands of the great and stylish david cronenberg, long that had everything to be more a movie trash movie, or worse, to be a total joke, but the excellent direction of Croneberg removes all The risks of the film being bad, despite an absurd script, we have a movie style, transgressor and that goes from this comedy to suspense going through a good dose of science fiction. It tells the story of Seth Brundle (Jeff Goldblum), a scientist who can find a way to teleport, and in the middle of his experiments he ends up merging his DNA with a fly, and ends up transmuting itself in the insect during the film. This is the script that Croneberg takes in his hand and the ciarra, and makes the trash, a cult. The rhythm of the film is completely linear, although the film is extremely short, it is well solved in what it claims to have, but it has a problem, it was not enough to develop the characters, numerous subplots are created, and none of them is solved. The film pincel deal with a moral about the human ego and the pursuit of professional accomplishment but ends up dealing with love, which is the same regardless of physical appearance, but it is nothing that we have not seen in 500 other films, which we We have not seen in 500 other films is his art direction, which is wonderful, with great and salve highlight the fly that is terrifyingly realistic in all its phases, spectacular work, all hi tech side of the film, which although it is cliché to Season, is very well worked out, and his gray photography does not let us lie that we are seeing a movie from the 80s. Just as jack nicholson already seemed crazy about this first scene of "The Enlightened One", Jeff Goldblum already seems a strange being from this The first scene of the film, this is not bad, its performance is good, and the same fulfills its role, the dramatic charge is more for Geena Davis, and she can handle and develop this load, not brilliantly, but Competently. "The Fly" will not be on the list of best movies, but its boldness and transgression are notorious, and the work of David Croneberg will always be remembered.