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Wim Wenders' stunning Pina pays tribute to acclaimed choreographer Bausch

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Ditta Miranda Jasjfi performs in Vollmond, Pina Bausch's last complete work, in Pina.
PHOTO BY DONATA WENDERS

Not pre-planned, however, was Wenders' brilliant decision to include "interviews" with the dancers. They silently look at the camera but their grief-stricken faces speak of loss, loneliness, and a sense of abandonment. They were thinking about Bausch's death, but perhaps also about her work. *

PINA opens Fri/20 in San Francisco.

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