“I did work a lot in 3D and I still believe in it, but I’m sort of shocked how unexplored it still is,” Wim Wenders told us in a recent interview. Indeed, the trailblazing filmmaker latched onto the format even before James Cameron made it de rigeur in Hollywood thanks to “Avatar,” but Wenders believes the technique has barely been exploited. Perhaps he’ll prove that three-dimensions can work just as well for drama as it can for explosions via his upcoming drama “Every Thing Will Be Fine.“
Starring James Franco, Rachel McAdams, Charlotte Gainbsourg and Marie-Josée Croze, the story follows how aftermath of a tragedy affects the lives of those involved over the years. The film premiered at the Berlin International Film Festival in February, where our critic called it a “slow-ass” movie that never “cracks a joke and potentially melodramatic moments (a fairground ride collapse, the initial accident, a suicide attempt) are so painstakingly crafted to avoid splashiness that any momentum is killed.”
The film is now playing in Germany and opens in France on April 22nd. There’s no U.S. date or distributor just yet. Check out the new international trailer, images and poster below.