But who is the dreamer?
I’ve loved Gaspar Noé’s work for many years now, and all of his films leave some sort of stain on me mentally, which for me is the most powerful thing a filmmaker can do. Saying that, his work is far from flawless. There’s a lot of creases, for example, Enter The Void, despite its brilliance and hypnotism, overstays it’s welcome and ultimately becomes a bit of a chore (especially on repeat viewings). Another Noé film, Love, imagery and cinematography thrive, but substance becomes very…