Enter the Void
Fantasy • NR • 2009 • 2 hr 41 min
Extremely creative and visually hypnotic. Impressive movie and beautifully captured, despite the messy narrative
It is not easy to watching, very intense, but worth it!! Powerful movie, amazing lighting work, and directing
Like… wtf. Not wtf like “holy crap that’s crazy.” More like “wtf is this movie?!” It’s creative & the editing is dope. But srsly, wtf.
I am the biggest Gaspar Noé fan and no one can tell me otherwise
Gaspar Noe’s Pornhub search results have to be horrifying
Unique and interesting, but hard to watch
The cinematography was so flawless and detailed. I just wished they spent that much attention to detail on the story line.
A trippy, existential journey into a world beyond our own. It was brutal, but I loved it. My personal favorite Noe film
Idek how they shot some of these scenes... but this was by far the best “trip” I’ve ever experienced in a movie!
When you think of a movie about Tokyo, drugs, sex, and death, this isn't the first one that comes to mind. Not for everyone. I liked it.
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