A new clip from the upcoming sci-fi dystopian film\u00a0High Rise has landed online, thanks to\u00a0The Nerdist, giving us a look at Dr. Robert Laing (Tom Hiddleston)\u00a0as he sees the idyllic rooftop garden of the titular building\u00a0for the first time. After spotting something very odd he happens upon a small structure where the building's brilliant and eccentric architect, Anthony Royal (Jeremy Irons), discusses his work and motivation with Laing.\r\n\r\n \r\n\r\n[iframe id="http:\/\/nerdist.com\/embed\/?pid=396059&vid=4866722361001"]\r\n\r\n \r\n\r\nHigh Rise, directed by Ben Wheatley, focuses\u00a0on Laing as he moves into the elite yet mysterious building. The longer he's there the more oddities\u00a0present themselves and unfold. At first the building seems like the quintessential lap of luxury, with every modern convenience at the tenants' fingertips. In fact, one need never leave really. However all isn't what it seems as the building's population slowly descends into the basest human urges\u00a0including violence, depravity and general insanity. The film is based on the 1970s novel of the same name by J.G. Ballard.\r\n\r\n \r\n\r\n\r\n\r\n \r\n\r\nReception to the High Rise\u00a0has varied greatly. Some have praised\u00a0it\u00a0as visionary with great unexpected humor\u00a0and a solid cast.\u00a0Others have aggressively slammed the film calling it pretentious, chaotic and dull with reports of some audience members walking out. These seem like the perfect ingredients for a cult film.\r\n\r\nThe film also\u00a0stars Sienna Miller, Luke Evans, James Purefoy and Elizabeth Moss.\u00a0Though\u00a0High Rise will release in US theaters May 13, it will be available digitally via iTunes, Google Play,\u00a0Amazon Prime, Vudu and other VOD services.