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  1. The way Pina gets to the core of what love and loss means in her piece, Cafe Muller, I just don’t know a single film that has been able to come remotely close to that. In forty minutes Pina showed me more about men and women than the history of cinema without a single word.

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    El trailer de Pina, el documental de Wim Wenders sobre la coreógrafa alemana Pina Bausch.
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    This idea is truly genius.
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    I wish more people would see this so I could talk about it.
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    I really want to see this