Swashbuckling Teuton Werner Herzog raised eyebrows when it emerged that his new doc would be in 3D, but in theatres his exploration of recently-discovered cave paintings was one of the best stereoscopic flicks yet.
How does it fair at home, given few of us paupers have upgraded to a 3D telly?
In truth, if you’ve seen the incredible paintings in 3D, you do miss it – they were created to flatter the contours in the rock.
Still, Herzog’s gift for finding rare characters is as strong as ever, his philosophical musings are compellingly almost-barmy, and the millennia-old paintings have their own power no matter what the format.
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