I was not aware of her before being introduced by a trusted friend, and now I am hungry for more. Guest in 'Le Sacre du printemps'. At almost 2 hours your patience might wear thin, should you not be a fan of this type of dance. They were strange to someone not familiar with modern dance, but they were also innovative and beautiful. It was candy for my eyes and food for my soul. Wenders 3D is really contouring the image. There is a subtle effect of the image reflecting the contouring of the body, dance,movement,space and image.
Bausch had choreographed these three variants as Kontakthof — Mit Teenagern ab 14 2008 , Kontakthof 1978 , and Kontakthof — Mit Damen und Herren ab 65 2000. It's not a must-like, but a definite must-see. It is not a film that got me interested in the multi-layered world of dancing. He takes risks; in his early days these were also physically dangerous. One thing keeps me annoyed in Wenders movies anyway: he's too cocky and full of himself. This dance told more about the emotions than any words could. Dances often struggle to outlive their creators.
Nevertheless several reviews insisted upon the unrealistic effects of 3-D : the dancers' body would seem strangely « clean », almost virtual. Apart from one song performance, that was worth watching, the rest was uninteresting. We don't need to have the dancers coming at us out of the screen. The film does not go beyond an extensive, overlong tribute. تصاویر : بخش دانلود : لینک های دانلود موقتا به دلیل مشکلات سرور تستی هستند لطفا دانلود نکنید لینک های دانلود موقتا به دلیل مشکلات سرور تستی هستند لطفا دانلود نکنید هم اکنون میتوانید فیلم بسیار زیبا و جذاب و قشنگ و همه چی تموم Pina 2011 رو از سایت دانلود کنید.
She asked one of her dancers to portray joy, as simple as this. We and all the time. It only appears from time to time : a sudden big shot, leaves floating in the air, drops of water falling on human skin, curtains dividing the space Theses are all magical moments. He falls on his back, gets up and starts squatting again. They laughed all the way home at how horridly bad the movie was and were shocked at what some call art.
I saw it at a local arts centre which has a very good screen but I've never seen anything as sharp and as detailed as this. It is what dance is all about. Pina's dance choreography is amazing. It transcended the mime and pretend of much concert dance I've seen. Some have nothing to say and are just silent. The predictable comment being made of Wenders' film is that it is surreal. Because in a sense you are what you have embodied and made life from, everything else being words, roles, play-acting, it is more than enough to have just this.
Here he comes across a woman that is unfettered soul. Each dancer, at their turn, looks squarely at the camera and offers their own recollection of how Pina inspired them. I understand it's a way of communication, but it's one that has never communicated to me. I must say I did not even know her. Rarely have we met such a maturity as that in a director's job.
The new technique has remained a mere gimmick, funny and compelling at first sight, but eventually tedious. This looked like someone took too many mushrooms and told the dancers to do ridiculous things. I have finally seen a movie which gives me the instinct that this is why this whole film-thing was invented in the first place. But, no, I'm just being poopy, it really does deserve the full 10. One female dancer carries a potted tree on her back around a lake.
However there are also those unavoidable moments of sheer boredom, confusion and eye-rolling pomposity, which unfortunately for me, summed up the bulk of the experience. At around 40 minutes in, I began to feel the film's length and its initial intrigue soon turned into an endurance test. I have always put it into that category of 'things I just don't understand'. A wise decision along with the other great one: to keep himself as a director in as a low profile as he can. She was also of endlessly and watching, and all her limits.