It is easy to make the argument that with films such as Irréversible and Enter the Void, Gaspar Noé is the enfant terrible, par excellence of the 2000’s. His personal appearance, which resembles Anton LaVey channeling a 70’s porn star, does nothing to hide his cinematic intentions. So it should come as a surprise to no one that Noé’s first feature in six years made the audience at the premiere in Cannes lose their proverbial shit, and had fights breaking out during its... Read More

Enter the Void

Gaspar Noé’s latest and long-awaited film is literally a cinematic out-of-body experience: a hallucinatory, neon-coloured cerebral death trip through Tokyo’s underworld and nightclubs, seen exclusively through the eyes of a young, American small-time pusher, who – to top it all off – dies half an hour into the film. Oscar and his sister Linda share an apartment in Tokyo, where she works as a stripper, and he makes a living selling dope. The latest... Read More