Check This Out: Full US Poster for Gaspar Noé's Enter the Void

July 31, 2010
Source: IFC Films

Gaspar Noé's Enter the Void Poster

Oh yes, don't forget - Gaspar Noé's Enter the Void is coming. This drug tripping, sex-filled, wild ride of a movie is French filmmaker Gaspar Noé's follow-up to the also-controversial Irreversible. IFC Films, who is releasing in the US, has debuted the final US version of the official poster (seen below) which is the same kind of trippy imagery we've seen for Enter the Void for years. I actually saw this at the Cannes Film Festival in 2009, the full 2-hour, 45-minute version, and it was way too pretentious, lengthy, and just trippy, to even appreciate, but I will say it's a bold film. Check out the full poster below plus additional release info as well.

Gaspar Noé's Enter the Void Poster

That black strip along the left side is actually the credit block, with images for companies and crazy fonts for each name listed. You can see a full-size version of the block by clicking here. This is such a beautiful design!

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.

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Cool poster.

ryderup on Jul 31, 2010


this movie is never coming out anytime anywhere, just put it out on dvd/bluray so i can watch it already IFC Films

Ben on Jul 31, 2010


@Alex : Since Cannes, the film went through a lot of post-production polishing (on the effects, especially).

brou on Aug 1, 2010


Here's a full trailer: Looks mental.

Crapola on Aug 1, 2010


All those floating shots of the city look so fake! They look like miniature sets!

Conrad on Aug 1, 2010


Conrad, the city is supposed to look the way it does for a very good reason! The director is attempting to portray the city as being a place which attracts people like moths to some beautiful light, to make it seem to the mind, like some kind of neon lit playground or funfair. Youll understand when you see it in the context of the story that plays out in the film. The city almost looks like a toy set at times, and its all metaphorical and abstract. The director knows very well what hes doing and you should just trust him, and see the movie when it comes out. Youll understand fully then.

Pat on Aug 3, 2010

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