Indiewire on 3X3D, a meta-media 3D-film directed by Edgar Péra, Jean-Luc Godard & Peter Greenaway (three shorts) which screened at Cannes 2013 closing night.
“Providing a sneak peek of how he might use 3D in his forthcoming feature Goodbye to Language Godard’s short provides a stunningly intangible alternative to the sleek use of the medium in recent Hollywood productions like the Cannes opening night selection The Great Gatsby, a box office hit of the sort that surely makes Godard foam at the mouth. […]
By contrast, Greenaway’s contribution offers a far more subdued opportunity to consider 3D’s ability to convey a specific place and time. While not radical in terms of its ideas, Just in Time works wonders with perspective. […] Greenaway’s work would do well on its own as a piece of installation art, its mixed media presentation simultaneously illustrating cinema’s ability to extend beyond the limitations of the eye and turning history into a physical experience.”