Ang Lee on Why 'Life of Pi' Had to Be in 3D

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Fast Company's Co.Create talks to venerable director Ang Lee about his storytelling prowess and how he chose to take on adapting the beloved bestseller, Life of Pi. He says, "3D is a film language that’s not established, but when looking at the water I don’t think we could have pulled this movie off in 2D or at least thinking in 2D. The book made me want to do this movie and I feel like I’m quite loyal to it. I hope I did it justice.”

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