Cult director Ben Wheatley and screenwriter Amy Jump (Kill List, A Field in England) adapt J.G. Ballard in this wildly disorienting film that recalls the heady ’70s cinema of Kubrick and Roeg without ever losing sight of its source material’s unmistakable tone and prescience. Tom Hiddleston stars as Dr. Robert Laing, the newest resident of a luxurious apartment in a high-tech concrete skyscraper. He quickly settles into the paradise of high-society life and meets the building’s eccentric tenants, including the enigmatic building architect (Jeremy Irons), a bohemian single mother (Sienna Miller), and a charismatic documentarian (Luke Evans) who lives with his pregnant wife Helen (Elisabeth Moss). As power outages become more frequent and building flaws emerge—particularly on the lower floors—the well-ordered social structure begins to dismantle and the building becomes a battleground in a literal class war. Evoking the emotional intensity of Kill List, the comedy of Sightseers, and the formal madness of A Field in England, High-Rise is a boldly funny and invigoratingly shocking culmination of Wheatley’s filmmaking to date. A Magnolia Pictures release.