I got around to seeing this-- if you like popout, this is the movie for you, but not necessarily in a good way.
It seems that in most of the scenes, half the objects are in front of the screen, that is, the stereo window is halfway into the scene.
A lot of the time the subtitles appear behind objects they should be overlaid on.
Objects out of the screen, on the sides, are occluded unnaturally in mid-air. It's not unwatchable, but it's not easy on the eyes sometimes with all the window violations, you may want to sit further back than usual. If you get the disc, put a post-it note on the screen for reference and you'll see what I mean.
The bonus interview with the director talks a bit about the 3D, it is a native 3D production, they made their own camera. He said he didn't want to do gratuitous pop out effects. There were a couple of scenes with a hand sticking way out of the screen, but I've never seen a 3d movie with so much of ordinary scenes out of the screen, I don't know if they didn't have a stereographer, or if they did it intentionally, or didn't care. I hope the director tries 3D again though, I'd like to see more foreign 3D movies.
A review is here: