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U2 in 3D Concert Film in Digital 3D opens on January 21, 2008 at Sundance


"The first Imax movie that deserves to be called a work of art." --The New York Times

"This is the future of concert films."
--The Toronto Star

"I saw U23D and I thought that the 3D effects were not just remarkable but historic
. . .the film has ushered in a new era for 3D."
-- Frank Miller (Sin City, 300, Batman: The Dark Knight)

"The lensing is so vibrant and the music so buoyant, even nonfans may find their eyes popping and their heads bobbing. . .High-def cameras wielded by Peter Anderson and Tom Krueger swoop overhead with an enthusiasm to match the crowd's, their arms upraised and their excitement infectious throughout. Dynamic editing, constant camera movement and inventive application of 3-D effects all combine to create an intense but fluid visual layering, one that heightens, rather than detracts from, audience involvement."
-- Variety.com

"It's kind of horrific," to see himself on stage in 3-D, said Bono. "It's bad enough on a small screen. Now you get to see the lard arse 40-foot tall."
-- Optimum Online Movie News

U2 3D is a 3-D concert film of U2's Vertigo Tour. The film will get a limited release on January 21, 2008 premiering at the Sundance Film Festival, Park City, Utah and will get a wide release on February 15, 2008. Upon its release, the film will be the first live-action movie ever entirely shot, produced and exhibited in digital 3-D.

For the film's web site, go here.


Set List
"Beautiful Day"
"New Year's Day"
"Sometimes You Can't Make It on Your Own"
"Love and Peace or Else"
"Sunday Bloody Sunday"
"Bullet the Blue Sky"
"Miss Sarajevo" / Reading of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights
"Pride (In the Name of Love)"
"Where the Streets Have No Name"
"The Fly"
"With or Without You"


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