Enter the Void

Pretty much the best description/review I’ve read for this film:

Probably the most divisive film on the list, ‘Void’ explores the cycle of life and death as an overwhelming, intense series of moments — graphic sex, traumatic accidents, abortion and birth are all depicted in an unflinching manner — and that would be enough to confront most viewers. But what makes ‘Enter the Void’ so revolutionary is the cinematic approach to such human material; told from the out-of-body perspective of a dying, drug-tripping man, the film explores Tokyo nightlife and people’s sensory excesses. Its a three-hour-long, psychedelic, colorful look at humanity that’s not just a viewing experience, but also a senses-stimulating, hallucinogenic trip.


Goulash, just like mama used to make. Here’s whatcha need:
One can each of: garbanzo, kidney, white, lima beans.
Two soup sized cans of stewed tomatoes.
One can of pasta sauce
One bag of curly spaghetti
1 pound of ground beef
Spices
Brown the meat and cook the pasta. Open and drain all the cans. Then take everything, throw it in a big pot and heat it up. Add garlic salt, oregano leaves and any other spices, then Garnish with yummy shredded cheese. Delicious!

Goulash, just like mama used to make. Here’s whatcha need:

  • One can each of: garbanzo, kidney, white, lima beans.
  • Two soup sized cans of stewed tomatoes.
  • One can of pasta sauce
  • One bag of curly spaghetti
  • 1 pound of ground beef
  • Spices

Brown the meat and cook the pasta. Open and drain all the cans. Then take everything, throw it in a big pot and heat it up. Add garlic salt, oregano leaves and any other spices, then Garnish with yummy shredded cheese. Delicious!