Flying above neon light of Tokyo
Ever since I saw the movie ‘Enter the void‘ by Gaspar Noe last year, I wanted to post about the movie. In the movie you see through the eyes of the main character, whilst he is flying as a ghost above the night time streets of Tokyo. From this viewpoint you can see all the dirty cold cathode lights on the facades of the building. This movie shows the ‘making of’ of this special effects. The first part of the movie clip until 1:50 is showing this street view.
French special effects genius Geoffrey Niquet collaborated with Gaspar Noe on the creation of the mindblowingly wonderful Enter The Void. Here’s a clip that shows the multi-layered visuals that were composed for the film. It’s like looking through a glass onion. For those of you have seen the movie, this will be a reminder of its loveliness. For those of you who haven’t experienced the Void, this will tantalize and perhaps compel you to see it. Source: dangerous minds. Please be aware of explicient content of the movie clip