Eight years after the controversial and shocking Irreversible, director Gaspar Noé cemented his reputation as the enfant terrible of New French Extremity with perhaps his most challenging film to date – a hallucinatory meditation on life, death and rebirth, shot entirely in the first person.
American siblings Oscar (Nathaniel Brown) and Linda (Paz de la Huerta, The Limits of Control) eke out a shared existence in Tokyo – he by dealing drugs, she by working as a stripper. However, tragedy strikes when a deal turns sour and Oscar is shot by the police. As his lifeless body lies on the floor of a public toilet, his soul floats high above the neon-drenched Tokyo streets, observing the effect of his death on his sister and reliving the events in his life that brought him to this juncture.
Described by Noé himself as a “psychedelic melodrama”, Enter the Void boasts mesmerising cinematography by the award-winning Benoît Debie (Climax, Spring Breakers) and a hypnotic soundtrack of experimental and electronic music. Powerful and transcendent, it offers viewers an immersive cinematic experience like no other.
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LIMITED EDITION CONTENTS – High Definition Blu-ray (1080p) presentations of both the 143-minute UK theatrical cut and the full-length 161-minute director’s cut – Original lossless DTS-HD Master Audio 5.1 and PCM 2.0 stereo soundtracks – Optional English subtitles for the deaf and hard of hearing – Enter the Sensorium, a brand new visual essay on the film by author and critic Alexandra Heller-Nicolas – Brand new video interview with typography designer and long-term Noé collaborator Tom Kan – 8 deleted scenes – Archival Making of – Special Effects featurette – Archival Vortex featurette – Archival DMT Loop featurette – French and international theatrical trailers – 8 teaser trailers – 3 unused trailers – Image gallery – Limited edition packaging with reversible sleeve featuring two choices of artwork – Illustrated collector’s booklet featuring new writing on the film by Jon Towlson and Rich Johnson, and an oral history of the film by Steven Hanley – Fold-out double-sided poster featuring two choices of artwork – Six double-sided, postcard-sized artcards