Wim Wenders tributes Pina Bausch

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This month German film auteur Wim Wenders releases a tribute to choreographer and long-time friend Pina Bausch. Filmed in 3D in the picturesque German town of Wuppertal where she made her home, the film takes audience straight onto the stage and stunningly choreographs her most famous works. Pina’s style came to define German Expressionism – in her 1978 work Café Müller, dancers stumble around the stage crashing into tables and chairs and in the 1990 work Die Klage der Kaiserin, a bride in white dress drowns in the water of a bath-tub.

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    Christina Smythe said

    I am a very huge of Pina Bausch! I am happy that there was a movie made in honor of her. Someone should create a memorial page for her on Evertalk within Facebook as well.

    Jacklyn Johnson said

    She was the ‘godmother of European dance theatre.’ She influenced a lot of dancers and choreographers around the world. I am proud to say that I am one of them. Thanks for the heads up on the Evertalk memorial page Christina.

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