Iphigenia in Tauride / Rite of Spring.
At the Semperoper in Germany and at the Sables School near Dakar, young dancers, under the guidance of former members of the Pina Bausch Theater, recreated his legendary choreography. For these artists, from contemporary dance, hip-hop or classical ballet, penna dancing means questioning one’s own limitations and desires and transforming the work while allowing itself to be changed by it.
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Ah, I had such a good time, I didn’t get a chance to see Pina’s show! Contemporary dance is Merce Cunningham, Carolyn Carlson, Angelin Preljocaj and of course, Bina!!! In this documentary filmed in 2019 and 2020, we follow the editing of two works (“Iphigénie en Tauride” https://www.allocine.fr/ “Le Sacre du Printemps”) by two companies diametrically opposed in representation and identity. . At the Semperoper in Germany and at the school …
A great movie, especially in the way it depicts dance. Even more surprising is that neither the director nor the director of photography had worked on this subject before. Sometimes close to the subject, sometimes far away, the camera really manages to capture something we don’t feel during the ballet. There is no question of making a value judgment here: it is neither better nor less…
A very beautiful film about dance, about moving dances, about the work of dancers. A film without excess is closer to the dancers and full of humanity
Wonderful movie. Pina’s work deserves to be carried and I hope I get the chance to one day see these two amazing companies on stage! has
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