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Damian Campo over 3 years ago
It explores the aidea of afterlife in the world and the roll that memories play in humans.
Daniela Cunha over 4 years ago
Amazing visuals and an open reflexion about life and death.
Tim almost 5 years ago
Fazinierender Kunst-Film mit einem interessanten Konzept.
Mario Schievenini almost 6 years ago
Great piece of cinematography. Pure psychedelia. Truly disturbing.
Thomas Jennings almost 6 years ago
Overly long and ambitious to a fault, it's still absolutely spectacular in its audacity.
Matheus Yamashita Dos Santos 6 years ago
Nice movie to watch while you're high! :)
phexydelic 6 years ago
super weird psychedelic road trip from life to the eternal nothing called death
Frederik Værum Olesen over 6 years ago
Love the visual effects and the whole movie idea, but a little long. Not an ordinary movie
Rosalio Galvan over 6 years ago
kinda pretentious?
Joseph Ruiz over 6 years ago
It's good but It's longer than Django!!! ',:(
Steven Scharnikow almost 7 years ago
Visual effects were amazing but the movie was a bit hard to follow.
Kelly almost 7 years ago
Very long, drags on shot to shot, a little trippy, but nothing to shout about.
Renard Bansale almost 7 years ago
A bore-fest that is both visually appealing and tells a sordid tale. Best OT in a while
Greg Scorzo almost 7 years ago
The best experimental epic since Kubrick's 2001. A great film about how to die.
Katherine Maradiaga almost 7 years ago
A little too psychedelic for me. Some scenes lasted too long.
David Mestre 7 years ago
Bravo! no apta para Maria Andrea C.
Mike Karlov 7 years ago
amazing film that leaves a thick afterglow. Not for the faint-hearted.
Jake Russo 7 years ago
This is definitely a "watch once" film. Totally mind-altering look at death.
Evan Witten 7 years ago
Gaspar Noe is an amazing director. This movie will bend your mind. Graphic and gritty.
Simon 7 years ago
this is brutal and graphic. sex scenes are borderline x-rated. amazing cinematography.
Enter the Void is a French film written and directed by Gaspar Noé, starring Nathaniel Brown, Paz de la Huerta, and Cyril Roy. Set in the neon-lit nightclub environments of Tokyo, the story follows Oscar, a young American drug dealer who gets shot by the police, but continues to watch succeeding events during an out-of-body experience fuelled by the drug DMT. The film is shot from a first-person viewpoint, which often floats above the city streets, and occasionally features Oscar staring over his own shoulder as he recalls moments from his past. Noé labels the film as a "psychedelic melodrama". Noé's dream project for many years, the production was made possible after the commercial success of Irréversible, the director's previous feature film. Enter the Void was primarily financed by Wild Bunch, while Fidélité Films led the actual production. The cast is a mix of professionals and first-timers. The film makes heavy use of imagery inspired by experimental cinema and psychedelic drug...
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