It seems fitting that Gaspar Noe's latest film would have a warning sign outside the theatre. This is the director whose 2002 release, 'Irreversible,' included a graphic 9-minute rape scene that caused critics to walk out of the screening. This time, the warning is not for pornography but for the strobe lights that act as a theme throughout 'Enter the Void.'
"It also goes out of focus, you think that you are losing your sight and it's impossible to fix," Noe says while in Toronto for this year's Toronto International Film Festival. "That's just playing with the audience."