So enamored was I with Pina Bausch's craft that I began to research her some more. I landed upon her 1978 "Cafe Muller", a dark, beautiful, and tantalizingly haunting piece that mesmerizes, captivates, and frustrates at the same time. She also performs in this piece. There is something going on in the foreground and center, as well as on the periphery and in the background. But it was the movement in the background that particularly caught my attention, causing me to wonder whether that were not the most important element being presented in the piece. What an amazing woman! What an amazing artist!