Enter the Void
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Controversial and brilliant director Gasper Noe follows his worldwide sensation Irreversible with another triumph. Enter The Void is Noe s most assured and haunting film yet, a head trip a la Stanley Kubrick s 2001: A Space Odyssey and at the same time a piercing modern drama. Newcomer Nathaniel Brown and Paz de la Huerta (HBO s Boardwalk Empire) star as a brother and sister trapped in the hellish nighttime world of Tokyo where he deals drugs and she works as a stripper.
A crime gone bad leads to shocking violence and then moments of transcendence in which the movie plunges viewers into death and rebirth like no film has ever done before via mesmerizing camerawork (The New York Times) that make it a dazzling and brutal exercise in cinematic envelope-pushing (New York Post). Stunning audiences around the world, Enter The Void is a cinematic experience like no other.
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This movie has a lot going for it. A great soundtrack, it's visually stunning, and it has a great concept. Be warned this movie will take you for a ride for better and for worse (this is sometimes filled with disturbing content). You experience the life, death, and journey toward reincarnation of the main character. You live, die, become a disembodied spirit (Bardo) and are reborn through his first person perspective. Some parts of these experiences may not be that good. This movie is an emotional rollercoaster. The main character is ammoral and you see how some of his life choices affect the ones he is close to. He is later reborn and who he is reborn as is pretty spectacular. In short, the viewer experiences one cycle of Samsara.
Pros: great soundtrack, premise and visually stunning.
Cons: Not recommended for those with Photosensitive Epilepsy. Contains disturbing content. Has a melancholy and eerie tone.
Paz de la Huerta is bewitching, as always.
I would recommend this to open minded people that want a different kind of movie.
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