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Germany, France, United Kingdom · 2011
Rated PG · 1h 46m
Director Wim Wenders
Starring Regina Advento, Malou Airaudo, Ruth Amarante, Pina Bausch
Genre Documentary

A feature-length dance film in 3D, made with the ensemble of the Tanztheater Wuppertal Pina Bausch, and featuring the unique and inspiring art of the great German choreographer, an influential figure in the world of modern dance for more than 30 years.

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Slant Magazine by

Go after Pina and you're going to have to go through a mob of modern-dance zealots first.


Empire by David Hughes

It's a surprise to see Wim Wenders embracing 3D in its full, feature-length glory but the medium works well to capture the graceful swirl of the German choreographer's work.


Time Out by Joshua Rothkopf

This isn't the kind of doc to explain everything (or anything, really)-it does honor its subject, though, and that's plenty.


Variety by Leslie Felperin

Offering further proof that the latest 3D technology is good for a lot more than just lunging knives and fantastical storylines, Wim Wenders' dance docu Pina reps multidimensional entertainment that will send culture vultures swooning.


Village Voice by Melissa Anderson

Pina gives us the supreme pleasure of watching fascinating bodies of widely varying ages in motion, whether leaping, falling, catching, diving, grieving, or exulting. Wenders's expert use of 3-D puts viewers up close to the spaces, both psychic and physical, inside and out, of Bausch's work.


Movieline by Stephanie Zacharek

What's remarkable about Pina is how democratic it is, how casual it is about opening up the world of modern dance to people who know, or perhaps care, little about it.

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