Pina in 3D by Wim Wenders

Wim Wenders has used 3D in a way that actually makes sense in this film. It brings you into the midst of the dancers, and to the floor on which they dance – rather than being a gimmicky way of making you jump by projecting things into your face suddenly.

Le Sacre du Printemps is incredibly powerful, Café Müller another of my favourites. As Pina Bausch died suddenly at the beginning of this project, there were many moving accounts of her from her dancers, who were understandably stricken.

I think it is safe to say this film sets new standards for 3D outside of the world of gimmickry. But we still enjoyed the silliness of 3D glasses!



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