"Love (in 3D)" is a real tough, emotionally draining film. Often exciting, at times frustrating, but you get a real sense of the sort of harmonious and total destructive nature of love through the kinetic structure and the characters; exploding with truth and pain, adventure and straight up douchebaggery. It's the kind of movie that demands a second viewing, but maybe you just want to mull over the bits and pieces for a while, then revisit. It's some of the best looking and most justified 3D I've ever seen -- the camera so still and composed, the added dimension acts as intense voyeuristic goggles as we gaze over some truly fantastical sex scenes that only Gaspar Noe could imagine up to put on screen. The movie is incredibly self-indulgent, but 100% fascinating. [3 out of 4 stars]
Gaspar Noe's LOVE in 3D
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