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Two years ago, world-famous dancer and choreographer Pina Bausch selected 40 teenagers who had never heard her name to be part of her dance piece Contact Zone. For 10 months through opening night, the young dancers discover Bausch's genius and their own bodies. Pina Bausch died in 2009. A sensation at the 2010 Berlin Film Festival, Dancing Dreams is a testiment to Bausch's revolutionary work.
Electrified audiences! While the film serves as a fitting elegy for Bausch, it also speaks to young people seeking creative fulfillment...a stimulating examination of the many ways in which art can give an electric charge to everyday experience. --The Hollywood Reporter
Marking the last filmed appearance of the late German dancer-choreographer Pina Bausch, the inspiring 'Dancing Dreams' illuminates the participants' emotional journey as well as the versatility of the strenuous, emotion-filled choreography. --Variety
A wonderful documentary on the power of dance as applied to community building. Pina's brilliance as an artist and choreographer shines through.
I highly recommend.
I was looking for a modern-day teenage dance video for my granddaughters. They take their dance very seriously. They are 14 and 16 and have been dancing since the age of 3. Read morePublished 8 months ago by June Ennis
Content not appropriate for children to watch or perform. Pina's vision exploits children, pulling them out of their comfort zone, to perform her own sexual vision of what she sees... Read morePublished 11 months ago by LiLa~
Pina Baush make exquisite dance that help us see and feel our humanity. This project demonstrates what happens when people are able to let go of inhibitions and trust their... Read morePublished 12 months ago by Carolyn McLaughlin
Very interesting to see the young people transform from regular irresponsible teenagers to responsible young dancers. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Classic Opera Lover
I watched this for 15 minutes. There were no obvious characters and you heard teachers talking to each other but it was mumbling. Read morePublished 17 months ago by cpurl