’s output has always been visually stunning and deeply, deeply disturbing.

Kill List and A Field In England were stunning displays by a director who’s clearly on his way up and will undoubtedly leave a mark before he’s done. His latest film, , sees the director adapt JG Ballard’s 1975 novel with a considerably larger budget than anything he’s had before.

The Insider talked to Wheatley about the criteria he works off for adapting High-Rise, the production design and his creative process.