103 minutes | MPAA rating: PG
When famed German choreographer Pina Bausch died in 2009, she was collaborating with filmmaker Wim Wenders on a documentary about her art and career.
Wenders went ahead with the project, a collection of some of Bausch’s most famous pieces, performed by her company of long standing and filmed in 3-D.
Thus the movie becomes a sort of elegy for and appreciation of Bausch.
I knew of Bausch but had never seen any of her work. After “Pina,” though, I’m a fan.