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U2 3D

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Hollywood A-list director Mark Pellington (The Mothman Prophecies, Arlington Road) and newcomer Catherine Owens team up to break new cinematic ground by co-helming U2 3D -- the first three-dimensional concert film in movie history. The effort intercuts footage culled from several U2 shows on their 2005-2006 Vertigo tour in Mexico City and Buenos Aires, Argentina, with Bono, The Edge, Adam Clayton, and Larry Mullen Jr. performing before rapt audiences. The picture opens with several thematically light rock songs, such as Beautiful Day and Vertigo, but soon segues into more politically conscious material at the hands of social-change advocate Bono and his bandmates, such as the numbers Bullet the Blue Sky, Love and Peace or Else, and Sunday Bloody Sunday; at one critical point, the Universal Declaration of Human Rights is projected high above the audience. Pellington, Owens, and cinematographers Tom Krueger and Peter Anderson make frequent use of a roving camera and multi-layered 3-D effects; they also step away from the approach utilized in the band's previous concert film U2: Rattle and Hum by omitting interviews and focusing exclusively on concert footage. The full version of U2 3D runs 80 minutes; a 56-minute preview version ran out of competition at the 2007 Cannes Film Festival.~ Nathan Southern, All Movie Guide

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The Cast

Larry Mullen Jr.
Adam Clayton
Bono
Dave Evans

…and the Crew

Director
Mark Pellington
Producer
Peter Shapiro
Catherine Owens
Jon Shapiro
Ted Kenney
Executive Producer
Michael Peyser
Sandy Climan
David Chipon
Joao Roni Garcia
Cristian Marini
David Modell

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