In modern dance since the 1970s, few choreographers have had more influence in the medium than the late Pina Bausch. This film explores the life and work of this artist of movement while we see her company perform her most notable creations where basic things like water, dirt and even gravity take on otherworldly qualities in their dancing.
Kenneth Chisholm (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Dance, dance, otherwise we are lost
24 February 2011 (Germany)
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Also Known As:
Pina - ein Tanzfilm in 3D
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Opening Weekend USA: $68,012,
25 December 2011
Gross USA: $3,524,826
Cumulative Worldwide Gross: $14,624,826
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Aspect Ratio: 1.85 : 1
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Did You Know?
reports that he actively resisted going to see Bausch's Café Müller in 1985. He claims he had no interest in dance whatsoever and was dragged to the production by his then companion, Solveig Dommartin
. Once he had been seated in the audience and began to watch, however, he found himself so moved by the performance that he wept. See more
What are we longing for? Where does all this yearning come from?
Also shown in a 3D version See more
Referenced in Lost in Paris
Luna de Margarita
Voice, lyrics & Music: Simón Díaz. See more