1hr 42mins

The life of unassuming professor Paul Matthews (the one and only Nic Cage) is thrown into chaos after everyone in the world dreams of him, in this ingenious, dizzyingly creative comedy from director Kristoffer Borgli (Sick of Myself).

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Kristoffer Borgli
Strong violence, threat, bloody images, sex references, language

College biology professor Paul Matthews (Nicolas Cage) lives a decidedly quiet, unremarkable life – despite being settled with a family, he is constantly overlooked when the invites are sent for esteemed colleagues’ dinner evenings.

Everything changes, however, when he becomes the most famous man in the world – after inexplicably showing up as a mysterious bystander in the dreams of people across the world.

A cynical ad agency, led by Michael Cera, soon reach out to capitalise on his newfound viral celebrity status, further complicating Paul’s rapidly spiralling life, as he sets out to make sense of the bizarre globe-spanning phenomenon.

A thrillingly comedic send up of cancel culture, and a gloriously inventive satire on the pitfalls of fame and the cult of celebrity, this whip-smart showcase for the multi-faceted acting talents of the inimitable Nicolas Cage is a twisting, playfully genre-hopping creative collaboration between director Kristoffer Borgli (Sick of Myself) and producer Ari Aster (Hereditary).