The 3D effect in Director Robert Zemeckis' new movie ''The Walk'' is a bit too much for some.
To many, the name Robert Zemeckis, is what they associate with the 'Back to the Future" movies. But now he has made a movie about the balance artist Philip Petit, who walked on a line between the Twin Towers in New York, without a safety net, in 1974.
The film uses 3D technology and had its premiere at the New York Film Festival this weekend.
It was not just an undivided joyful experience for several cinema audience, writes The Daily Mail. Before the premiere, the director stated that he wanted to give people a sense of vertigo when they received the full and complete 3D effect.
But several also got a side effect. They were so dizzy that they vomited, says journalist Mark Harris who saw it with his own eyes.
"Reports of guys vomiting in the Alice Tully men's rm post-The Walk: True. Witnessed it/came close. Bad visual trigger for vertigo sufferers." he wrote on Twitter.
Zemeckis, who also made the movie "Who Framed Roger Rabbit?" did not have the largest budget making the movie about Joseph Gordon-Levitt, but the site Deadline, says that the movie has some of the best special effects ever seen.
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