Indie Trailer Sunday: Gaspar Noé's 'Enter the Void' US Trailer
Are you ready to go on a two minute acid trip? I've been saving this trailer to feature today because Gaspar Noé is a madman, a crazy filmmaker with an even crazier style. If you've seen Irreversible then you already know, but this takes it to the extreme. Today's trailer is from IFC Films for the official US release of Gaspar Noé's Enter the Void, a drug-trip film about a brother and sister living in Japan. The brother is killed in a run in with the cops and the POV camera floats around the city following the aftermath, getting trippier by the minute. I didn't like the movie (I saw it in Cannes back in 2009) but this trailer is something to behold.
Watch the official US trailer for Gaspar Noé's Enter the Void:
You can also watch the official US trailer for Enter the Void in High Definition on Apple
A drug-dealing teen is killed in Tokyo, Japan, after which he reappears as a ghost to watch over his sister.
Enter the Void is a psychedelic thriller from visionary French maverick Gaspar Noé, of the visually arresting films I Stand Alone and Irreversible previously. This first premiered at the Cannes Film Festival in 2009 but has since been edited down to a more respectful 154 minutes in length, which IFC is releasing. You can see a trippy teaser for this on YouTube as well. Enter the Void hits limited theaters starting on September 24th.