Has this played in IMAX anywhere? It seems a natural place to watch a film of this kind (like it, or not).
I had a discussion about this with my roommate, as I really think IMAX would add much to the experience of Void. Despite the criticisms, a truly commendable job has been done by Noé in allowing the viewer to perfectly experience the last moments of life, and the first of death, through the eyes and conciousness of another person. This aim or intent would be multiplied significantly if the image were to cover one's field of vision.
I'm thinking about the sound design, too, as it would come into play. Throughout, Oscar's thoughts race thru his head, and these thoughts would become "our thoughts." Perhaps I'm not making myself clear, or maybe it's obvious enough what I'm driving at, but I think it very exciting to have a chance to experience a film like this not only thru the eyes of its protagonist (quite literally), but through his very conciousness.
I'm seeing if I could have this done somewhere in town. A gentleman at the Science Center here has actually given permission to use the Planetarium/Omnisphere as a venue for screenings, and I'll probably take him up on that.