If you didn’t know what to watch this weekend, we’ve got you covered. In this case, the work of the talented dancer highlighted in Pina, a documentary by the great director Wim Wenders (Paris Texas, Buena Vista Social Club) which immerses us, not without the slightest emotion, in a universe or beauty, accuracy and depth are de rigueur. The project almost never saw the light of day… Following the announcement of the artist’s death on June 30, 2009, the filmmaker lowered his ambitions. It was certain dancers who had the chance to collaborate with her who wanted the tribute to be paid to her. In this creation, we find these dancers who offer her a last consideration in small asides, while highlighting the believes they carry him. We find the shows Le Sacre du Printemps, Kontakthof, Café Muller and Vollmond, all interspersed with interventions that praise the dancer and describe her as a person whose strong sensitivity was matched only by her talent. When we talk about the artist, it is difficult not to remember a concept that is specific to him, that of the Tanztheater, also called dance-theatre, an idea developed in 1976 during an evening dedicated to German composers. A real break with traditional dance, Pina Bausch has brought to fruition her own interpretation of contemporary dance, which earned her many critics in her early days, to ultimately establish herself as a reference in the history of dance that the we know today. Pina, by Wim Wenders, is available free of charge on the France television site until May 31, 2022.