And lastly, the question of immersion. 3D films remind the audience that they are in a certain “perspective” relationship to the image. It is almost a Brechtian trick. Whereas if the film story has really gripped an audience they are “in” the picture in a kind of dreamlike “spaceless” space. So a good story will give you more dimensionality than you can ever cope with.«
Film editor and sound designer Walter Murch makes some good points about constrains in 3D films. I’m one of those having problems watching 3D and I also think that 3D is absolutely overused today. Happy not to be alone.
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