Death takes one man on a journey that is by turns beautiful and terrifying in this feature from writer and director Gaspar Noe, who describes it as a psychedelic melodrama. Oscar (Nathaniel Brown) is a small time drug dealer who sells his wares at a club in Tokyo called The Void. In the midst of a deal that goes sour, Oscar is shot dead, and finds himself crossing from one plane of existence to the next. When he was younger, Oscar made a pledge to his younger sister Linda (Paz de la Huerta) to always look after her, and as his soul leaves his body, the spirit is led on a journey through Tokyo, past traditional consciousness and into the moment of human creation as he struggles to be reunited with Linda, who now works as an exotic dancer.
Cyril Roy, Paz De La Huerta, Emily Alyn Lind, Jesse Kuhn, Nathaniel Brown
Thriller & Mystery - Thriller
18 years and over
Contains hard drug use and strong real sex
World Cinema Feature Film
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Death takes one man on a journey that is by turns beautiful and terrifying in this feature from writer and director Gaspar Noe, who describes it as a psychedelic melodrama.
TRINITY PRODUCTION CO. LTD.
Gaspar Noe, Marc Boucrot, Jerome Pesnel
Gaspar Noe, Pierre Buffin, Brahim Chioua, Vincent Maraval
Dolby Digital Stereo, 2.0 Surround
Enter the Void displays a dizzying virtuosity with the cinema of altered states. (Los Angeles Times, 2011-02-16)<br><br>[Noe is] using pure cinema and not just cheap exploitation tricks to make an impact. (New York Times, 2011-02-16)<br><br>You have to admire Noe's ballsy vision and loopy execution, and the way he sucks you into this world with such a bold fusion of sound and image. (Time Out, 2011-02-16)<br><br>
“A stroke of genius”, “A visual master piece” Gaspar Noe’s Enter The Void was, for the most part, a huge hit with movie critics around the U.S. The visually stunning approach Enter The Void took to the silver screen was something that most thought had never been done before and was something to...