Wim Wenders’ dance-documentary tribute to the late famed choreographer Pina Bausch, filmed in 3D. Avoids most archival footage, telling the story instead through interpretations of Bausch's work being performed now.
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Beautifully performed and edited. Moving and profound it leads you from the endurance of emotional intelligence to pure joy.
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It may not win any converts to the art form, but ‘mere’ movement has seldom been so moving. Full review.
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. Full review.
Exuberantly uses dance to flex 3D’s potential and 3D to make dance thrill cinematically. Full review.
Offering further proof that the latest 3D technology is good for a lot more than just lunging knives and fantastical storylines. Full review.