German artists Wim Wenders and Pina Bausch's 3D dance film is a must for dance buffs everywhere, who will lose themselves in the strange, hypnotic numbers.
BERLIN -- It would be hard to find a more perfect match than Wim Wenders and Pina Bausch: two German artists who have left their mark on modern filmmaking and choreography to the point of becoming icons of their art. In his 3D dance film Pina, Wenders pays homage to the founder of the Tanztheater Wuppertal, who in 2009 departed to "dance on the clouds." The film, which was to have been a collaborative effort between the two long-time friends, is a must for dance buffs everywhere, who will lose themselves in her strange, hypnotic numbers. Major distribution could help widen audiences.
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