Despite his label of cinema provocateur, a streak of romance runs through the films of Gaspar Noé, something he went full-tilt (and perhaps overboard, to a fault) with his last film, the 3D feature Love. A few years later, the Enter the Void and Irreversible director is now back and things are coming together mighty quickly for his new feature.
The director’s next project is titled Psyché and it’s set in the 1990s, following a group of dancers who band together for a three-day rehearsal-turned-drug-fueled trip into hell. In other words, prepare for Noé’s signature brand of dark psychedelia. Check out a more expanded synopsis below from the financier Tax Shelter Belgium (via The Playlist).
In the mid ’90s, about twenty urban dancers joined together for a three-day rehearsal in a closed down boarding school located at the heart of a forest, to share one last dance. They then make one last party around......