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||IMDB Rating: 7.3/10 from 16 votes
||Release: 23 September 2010 (Netherlands) /
||Genre: Drama, Fantasy, HD
||Director: Gaspar Noé,
||Stars: Cyril Roy, Ed Spear, Emi Takeuchi, Emily Alyn Lind, Janice Béliveau-Sicotte, Jesse Kuhn, Masato Tanno, Nathaniel Brown, Nobu Imai, Olly Alexander, Paz de la Huerta, Rumiko Kimishima, Sakiko Fukuhara, Sara Stockbridge, Stuart Miller
||Synopsis: Tokyo's nasty underside, seen primarily through the eyes of Oscar, a heavy drug user, whose sister Linda is a stripper. Oscar also has flashbacks to his childhood when trauma upends the siblings. Oscar's drug-fed hallucinations alter Tokyo's already-disconcerting nights, and after the police shoot him, he can float above and look down: on his sister's sorrow, on the rooms of a love hotel, and on life at even a molecular level. The spectrum's colors can be beautiful; it's people's colorless lives that can be ugly. And what of afterlife, is there more than a void? Written by <[email protected]>
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If the following things disturb you, then you should probably avoid
this film: strobe lights, drug use, shaky hand-held cameras, graphic
sexuality, sperm, spinning cameras, psychedelic imagery, blood, gay
sex, abortion, breastfeeding or a graphic auto wreck.
But if you're still intrigued then sit down and get ready for nearly
three hours of mind-blowing imagery that you'll never forget! Although
IMDb lists the Toronto Film Festival version as "only" 135 minutes,
according to my watch we got the 163 minute version that was shown at
Cannes. The presenter also warned us 3 times before the screening that
anyone with epilepsy should leave the theatre due to the flashing
lights in the film. She was quite serious about that.
I was a bit apprehensive prior to the start of this movie. I didn't
"get" 2001 at all the first time I watched it and I positively hated
David Lynch's ERASERHEAD. Would I enjoy ENTER THE VOID? Understand it?
Walk out before the end? Yes, yes and no.
The film opens with Oscar and Linda, siblings from the United States
living in Japan, looking out at Tokyo from an apartment balcony. It
quickly becomes obvious that Oscar is both a drug dealer & addict while
his sister works as a stripper. Their tragic family history is revealed
in segments throughout the first hour. The entire film is seen from
Oscar's perspective, either as: (1) First-person, shaky camera, blurry
shots as Oscar walks around Tokyo, very high on drugs (2) An
out-of-body experience where Oscar floats around the city observing
Linda's life and the people that interact with her (3) Flashbacks to
Oscar and Linda's youth, similar to (1) except that here we always see
the back of Oscar's head in the shot rather than "through his eyes" (4)
A surprise at the climax of the film.
Number (1) above may sound nausea-inducing to some, but there's usually
interesting dialogue to distract you from the disorienting visuals and
these scenes only comprise a small percentage of the total screen time.
Technique number (2) could have been Oscar-worthy if it was filmed for
a less controversial movie. Floating and spinning above the city of
Tokyo and watching various dramas unfold from up above is absolutely
incredible. You'll spend so much time watching from this perspective
that it's easy to get lost in the images and forget what an incredible
technical achievement you're observing.
Virtually all of the key plot elements occur within the first 90
minutes of the film. After that the film transforms into more of a
psychedelic, visual experience while the story fades away. This phase
of the film really tested my patience and I started to check my watch
frequently but there were enough eye-popping scenes that I'm sure I'll
view this a second time someday. The momentum returns during the final
10 or 15 minutes, and although this final phase is simply a logical
conclusion of what had been blatantly foreshadowed earlier, it's
nonetheless amusing and incredible to watch the taboo-breaking finale.
This film is very unique, disorienting and absolutely incredible &
unforgettable. I can definitely understand why it's been compared to
2001: A SPACE ODYSSEY, but I found ENTER THE VOID to be more accessible
and more comprehensible during my first viewing. It's too controversial
and too bizarre to appeal to most people, but it will undoubtedly find
its niche as one of the greatest cult classics of all-time.
Tags for Enter the Void Full Movie
, Ed Spear
, Emi Takeuchi
, Emily Alyn Lind
, Janice Béliveau-Sicotte
, Jesse Kuhn
, Masato Tanno
, Nathaniel Brown
, Nobu Imai
, Olly Alexander
, Paz de la Huerta
, Rumiko Kimishima
, Sakiko Fukuhara
, Sara Stockbridge
, Stuart Miller
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