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Paz de la Huerta
Paz de la Huerta Published in September 24, 2018, 7:09 pm
 Enter the Void (Director's Cut):Hitspoker

Enter the Void (Director's Cut):Hitspoker


Broken Holmes
Broken Holmes Reply to on 24 September 2017
Possibly my favourite film of all time. The combination of first-person perspective, hallucinogenic drugs and spirituality has a hypnotic effect which utterly sucks you into the story, somehow transcending the normal limits of the screen. I appreciate it's not to everyone's taste, but if you have patience, a dark room and a fondness for weird films, it's worth experiencing.
P. R. GRAHAM Reply to on 29 December 2015
I finished watching Into The Void five minutes ago and my senses are still soaring. The film is a visual masterpiece which grips - REALLY grips - all senses. Moving from dark to light, hope to despair and sublime beauty to gut wrenching horror, this is a must see for anyone who wants a perfect world cinema experience. Downside? Only one insignificant but noteworthy nonetheless... in excess of two hours long was a tad too much for me. Watch it. Immerse yourself in the emotions of the good and bad characters and their lives. And enjoy.
J-Guffman Reply to on 13 January 2016
I had to have it, Gaspar Noe is So good!
Works for me in England.
The best trippy movie i've seen, that also deals with life after death.
Colourful, creative and as usual disorientating.
The strobing credits at the beginning always keep my eyes locked.
If you follow Gaspar Noe then you know, a bit, what you're dealing with.
Martyn Reply to on 9 January 2016
The visuals of this film are fantastic although the occasional strobe lighting parts are taxing and unneccecary in my oppinion. The story is one of understanding life after dying, and then ultimately deciding wether to move on or to seek reincarnation (hence some brief nudity). Seen through the eyes of the protagonist, who try's to escape his fears but gets drawn into them and then gets catapulted into an uncomfortable past or future moments, this film makes you a part of it and you'll wonder why you're name is not mentioned in the credits.
Amazon Customer
Amazon Customer Reply to on 29 August 2018
Alright film, not as good as I'd hoped. It came highly recommended to me,, but I did not like the film as much as was recommended: It may require a second viewing. For me the film was let down by far too many tracking shots intended to create a disembodied effect, which I found a little disorientating. Not a bad film. Visually attractive. I'll give it another try.
John Vine
John Vine Reply to on 6 January 2016
This is a really difficult one because I love Gaspar Noe's work and Enter The Void has some of the best ideas and most exhilarating things I've ever seen in a movie but the film drifts a lot of the time and for me it didn't hand together as a whole. An inspired work that sometimes drifted into self indulgence.
James C.
James C. Reply to on 29 November 2017
Extraordinary filmmaking. May be slightly overlong, but a highly immersive experience: the film is akin to an addictive drug, which is what the director intended. It's a very impressive, compelling movie.
P Reply to on 1 January 2017
one of the strongest movies out there , sampling on DMT you sort of get a sense of how your soul could venture out of your body and in this movie Noe capture it very accuratally,
Sam Reply to on 12 December 2017
This is an extraordinary Film that elevates cinema to the status of a mind-altering drug! A neon-drenched visual feast.
nigelmallows@yahoo.com Reply to on 25 July 2017
Daring direction.
Overcame my aversion to handheld camera.
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