If Someone Made An Art Film About The Flash

The life of a superhero is often an anxiety-riddled mess — so it's only appropriate that a classic DC hero gets a pretentious, art house adaptation.

Filmmaker Patrick Willems has graced us with a peek into a world where Swedish director Ingmar Bergman (the man behind the brooding classics Persona and The Seventh Seal) was allowed to direct a Flash movie. When you think about it, it's not substantially weirder than Tim Burton directing Batman.

Here's hoping they get around to Lars Von Trier's Green Lantern.

Patrick Willems Via Uproxx

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