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DirtMcgehrk
09-09-2010, 06:43 PM
Thought some people on here might be be interested in this one. Supposed to be extremely trippy and creepy. I can't wait to see it. Unfortunately I'm probably gonna have to wait a few months after the theatrical release until it comes to the arts theater here. The other films this guy has done have been phenomenal. I highly recommend "Carne" and "Irreversible". Check out the trailer. Looks like a real head trip.

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Synopsis:
"After living in Japan for some time and finding employment as a drug dealer, a brother sends for his sister to move Japan and live with him. With a story out of sequence, this film shows the brother and sister in their intimate moments. The experience is jarring at times and blissful at others. The setting is the Japanese redlight district of the very near future. The sister gets involved with sex and drugs and the brother lives dangerously. With their parents gone from a horrible car crash (seen more than once), all these two really have is each other in an exploitative world. The brother and sister associate with many deceptive people and the reveal of the deceiver's true nature and actual motives is constantly surprising. It is the view from the otherworldly that makes this a thrilling story. From their childhood to recent events, this film builds with the significant facts. Within the tenets of a foreshadowed guide to the experiences after death, these young adult siblings keep their pact not to leave the other. "

oDoUoSoKo
09-09-2010, 07:00 PM
been waiting on this movie for a while..Irreversible was excellent.

Uncle Steezo
12-14-2010, 11:38 PM
this movie was DOPE!!!

not to give it away but its the best film representation of a trip i have ever seen. then it gets into a whole Buddhist philosophy thing...

man you just gotta see it.

torrent...search.
Enter The Void.2009.DvdRip.Xvid {1337x}-Noir

like 1000 seeds so its a 20 min dl

Cthulhu
05-11-2011, 04:37 PM
Just get the DVD or blu-ray, yo.

Also, I concur with the original poster, Carne, Irreversible, as well as Seul Contre Tous (I Stand Alone, the sequel to Carne), are all very awesome.