Recommended. First, I didn’t see the 3D version of this film or in a theater. So I missed many of the effects intended by the director. And in the case of legendary French New Wave auteur Jean-Luc Godard (Breathless), this might be a problem . . . this because Godard packs his films with a dense mélange of symbolism, some of which may have been invisible in 2D. One of his stated intentions was to use 3D to explore the uneasy relationship of images and reality and before you yawn that this has been done, he’s the one who started the conversation, probably before you were born. If you don’t know much about him - - even if you do - - I recommend listening to his interview on the DVD. Godard is delightfully unpretentious, revealing he doesn’t need more than 70 minutes, a man, a woman and a dog to make his point. Lissen up, Hollywood!