Pina parents guide

Pina Parent Guide

Release date December 22, 2011

In early 2009, filmmaker Wim Wenders began working with choreographer Pina Bausch to document her work. Two days before the 3D cameras were supposed to role, Pina unexpectedly died. So Wim Wenders made a different kind of movie --one that pays tribute to the the great German artist.

Why is Pina rated PG? The MPA rated Pina PG for some sensuality/partial nudity and smoking.

Run Time: 104 minutes

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Rating & Content Info

Please Note: We have not viewed this movie. The information below is a summary based on data gathered from government and industry sponsored film classification agencies in various global regions.

Why is Pina rated PG? Pina is rated PG by the MPAA for some sensuality/partial nudity and smoking.

This additional information about the movie’s content is taken from the notes of various Canadian Film Classification boards:


- Brief non explicit violence.

Sexual Content:

- Two scenes of nudity, depicting breasts, in non-sexual contexts.

- Embracing and kissing.

Drugs and Alcohol:

- Depiction of tobacco products and smoking.

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News About "Pina"

Learn more about Pina Bausch here:

Filmmaker Wim Wienders' biography can be found here:

Cast and Crew

Pina is directed by Wim Wenders and stars Pina Bausch, Regina Advento, Malou Airaudo.

Home Video

The most recent home video release of Pina movie is January 21, 2013. Here are some details…

Pina is releasing to home video (2-Disc Set: Blu-ray 3D/Blu-ray) on January 22, 2013.Extras include:

- Audio commentary featuring Wenders

- The Making of “Pina” (available in 3D)

- Deleted scenes with commentary by Wenders (available in 3D)

- Behind-the-scenes footage

- Interview with Wenders

- Trailer

- A booklet featuring a piece by novelist and essayist Siri Hustvedt; reprinted pieces by Wenders and choreographer Pina Bausch; information on the dances featured in the film; and portraits of the dancers.

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Pina reinvents modern dance the way Cirque du Soleil reinvents the circus (we have reviewed their show Dralion). Dance is used as an educational tool, as shown in the documentary Mad Hot Ballroom.