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Directed by Wim Wenders
Contains brief natural nudity
DURATION: 103 mins
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Pina Bausch is a legendary dancer and choreographer. Her unique creations transformed the language of dance, offering a visual experience like no other. Acclaimed German auteur Wim Wenders (Paris, Texas and The Buena Vista Social Club) presents a revolutionary new 3D film that captures the aesthetic of Bausch’s greatest works in an utterly thrilling way. A feast for the senses, this promises to be one of the cinema experiences of the year.

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1 Comment for 'Pina'

  • wolfemurray

    30/07/11 • 10:04 PM

    This film really does live up to the blurb. It really is "revolutionary". I've just been to see it and I still don't know what to think or feel as it is an assault on all the senses; innovative dance, incredible cinematography, wonderful music, great characters...and a lot more. It calls itself a documentary but its unlike any doc that I've ever seen but I don't know what other genre could possibly describe it as it spans theatre, dance and film and seems in its own dimension. The Buena Vista Social Club is a joke compared to this. If you'd like to get a flavour of the film check out Youtube where there isn't much to see but the Australian trailer and the other material there are pretty good. But I couldn't find what I was looking for which was the opening scene with a dance sequence to Jelly Roll Morton music. Alex Balanescu also gets a guest appearance with his stunning Romanian track Lume Lume. I'm gonna be watching out for that soundtrack. Rupert Wolfe Murray

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Director Wim Wenders