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Enter the Void

Description
A drug dealer is murdered in a drug deal because of the betrayal of his best friend. His inner self then takes a look at all the events which has happened in his life and will happen in the near future.
Actors: Simon Chamberland,
Simon Chamberland
Simon Chamberland
Janice Béliveau-Sicotte,
Janice Béliveau-Sicotte
Janice Béliveau-Sicotte
Kenneth Heathfield,
Kenneth Heathfield
Kenneth Heathfield
Kaori Nakamura,
Kaori Nakamura
Kaori Nakamura
Nathaniel Brown,
Nathaniel Brown
Nathaniel Brown 20 May 1988, Richmond, Virginia, USA
Akira,
Akira
Akira
Akira Kuzuki,
Akira Kuzuki
Akira Kuzuki
Milton James,
Milton James
Milton James 23 February 1942
Emi Takeuchi,
Emi Takeuchi
Emi Takeuchi
Kenji Isomura,
Kenji Isomura
Kenji Isomura
Risa,
Risa
Risa
...»
Genre: DramaFantasy
Director: Gaspar Noé
Gaspar Noé
Gaspar Noé 27 December 1963, Buenos Aires, Argentina
Country: Euro, France
Release: 2009
IMDb: 7.3
Quality:
Duration: 161 min
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Movies.com
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April 04, 2011

This is what it feels like when a movie kicks you in the face.
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Globe and Mail
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December 31, 2010

If you yourself are stoked for a lurid, oversexed, stupid-with-Freud Midnight Movie extravaganza -- a trip to El Topo via Mulholland Drive -- there are worse ways to spend 2 1/2 hours.
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February 14, 2011

The discipline on display here, to stick with concept and to execute it with consistency, is intense and considerable.
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Detroit News
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November 05, 2010

Hallucinogenic, dazzling, depressing, daring and not entirely successful, "Enter the Void" is obviously out to blow some minds.
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sbs.com.au
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September 07, 2011

Broken down to its base elements, it's a detective-ghost story, not unlike M. Night Shyamalan's The Sixth Sense (1999), albeit one driven by some dazzling filmmaking bravado.
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October 07, 2015

Mr. Noé's juxtaposition of lofty religious philosophy with self-serious confrontations of taboos reeks of pretension.
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Toronto Star
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January 01, 2011

In visual terms, it's a whiz-bang marvel of swooping and soaring camera work and psychedelic imagery, lit by the gaudy fluorescence of Tokyo's seamier nightclubs.
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Washington Post
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November 12, 2010

[It's] certainly an immersive experience that's decidedly difficult to shake. The problem is that it's also the most excruciating sit in recent cinematic memory.
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October 25, 2011

Enter the Void may be a monolith of sorts, but it's one erected solely as a testament to itself.
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Miami Herald
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December 08, 2010

"I hated that" will be a common refrain among people leaving showings of Enter the Void. Don't be surprised, though, if you find yourself still thinking about the movie the next day.
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November 11, 2013

Enter The Void is authentically meditative and beautifully shot, making it an unforgettable film.
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Boston Globe
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November 11, 2010

As chowderheaded as some of its underlying pretensions are, the movie's still an astonishing work of cinema, alternately brilliant and disgusting, na√Įve and inspired, tedious and sublime.
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