Director Gaspar Noé proved a shock poet in Irreversible (2003). In Enter the Void, he’s a shockingly tedious show-off. In Tokyo, a drug dealer gets killed, and his soul rises out of his body to survey the life that led him there. Mostly, this means we watch routine doomy decadence while staring, literally, at the back of the hero’s head. It’s endless. C-
NIGHT IN THE CITY Paz de la Huerta in Enter the Void
Posted October 13 2010 — 12:00 AM EDT
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