‘Pina’
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‘Pina’

‘Pina’
Azusa Seyama and Fabien Prioville act up in a scene from “Pina,” director Wim Wenders’ 3-D performance documentary on the groundbreaking German dancer and choreographer Pina Bausch.  (Donata Wenders/Sundance Selects)
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Ditta Miranda Jasjfi performs onstage in water for “Vollmond” (Full Moon), one of Pina Bausch’s signature pieces performed before a live audience for Wim Wenders’ film “Pina.”  (Donata Wenders/Sundance Selects)
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Ditta Miranda Jasjfi in “Vollmond” (Full Moon), for “Pina.” Wim Wenders’ performance documentary takes viewers inside choreographer Pina Bausch’s extraordinary dances in a way that nothing else could.  (Donata Wenders/Sundance Selects)
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In a scene from “Pina,” Azusa Seyama and Andrey Berezin are the center of the ensemble for “Le Sacre du Printemps” (The Rite of Spring). In the earthy interpretation of the 1913 Igor Stravinsky music, stark ritual is played out on a stage covered in peat.  (Donata Wenders/Sundance Selects)
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A line of dancers in Pina Bausch’s company, in a scene from the new 3-D documentary about the German choreographer, “Pina.”  (Donata Wenders/Sundance Selects)
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Damiano Ottavio Bigi and Clémentine Deluy perform together in “Pina.”  (Donata Wenders/Sundance Selects)
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For the documentary “Pina,” director Wim Wenders placed the movements of the performers, including Fabien Prioville and Azusa Seyama, against a backdrop of the public spaces in Wuppertal, Germany.  (Donata Wenders/Sundance Selects)
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