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Enter the Void

(2010)
Not Rated In Theaters 09/24/2010 , 137min.
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Viewer Score
98%
Viewer score based on 61 ratings
64%
Critic score based on 20 reviews

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March 15, 2011
MatHam157
an all of the above cinematic experience ... do not approach lightly
March 01, 2011
PoF Master Phil
This movie is truly an experience. There's a stigma that you have to be high to watch it. While that does enhance the movie and take it to a whole different level (especially the transitional scenes), it's one hell of a movie sober as well. I can honestly say I've never seen a movie like this...and I say that in a very good way.
October 24, 2010
Emeryremery4
IF YOU ON A DRUG TRIP THEN THIS IS THE MOVIE FOR YOU
October 23, 2010
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Critic Reviews powered by Metacritic ™

Washington Post
The most excruciating sit in recent cinematic memory. And no, the fact that it's intentionally excruciating doesn't make it less excruciating. Full Review
David Fear
Time Out New York
A strong contender for both the artiest drug movie and the druggiest art movie ever made, Gaspar No's tour de force of forced perspectives and free-form grief is, in every sense of the word, a trip. Full Review
J.R. Jones
Chicago Reader
Confirms him (Gaspar Noe) once again as the cinema's most imaginative nihilist (a conflicted honor if, like me, you consider nihilism a failure of the imagination). Full Review
Manohla Dargis
The New York Times
With beauty, mild and sharp jolts, and mesmerizing camerawork, he (Gaspar Noe) tries to open the doors of perception. Full Review
Mark Jenkins
NPR
Confrontational and hyperactive, Enter the Void is a difficult film to experience. That's not because Noe is somehow inept. The Argentina-born French writer-director knows exactly what he's doing and what effect his swirling camera, exuberant colors and strobelike effects will have. Full Review

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