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    Ai Weiwei: Never Sorry (Alison Klayman)



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    Ai Weiwei is such a slam dunk of a documentary subject. And I hope one day someone makes a lucid, formally playful (or at least cleverly-structured!), but Never Sorry is most certainly not that one.
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    Tried PMing Raiders about adding a poll, but it says his inbox is full, so...

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    Quote Quoting NickGlass (view post)
    Ai Weiwei is such a slam dunk of a documentary subject. And I hope one day someone makes a lucid, formally playful (or at least cleverly-structured!), but Never Sorry is most certainly not that one.
    Ah, so this is as I've feared. Got excited when the Lightbox announced this because for a second I thought they were announcing that they were screening his new documentary, So Sorry, and not a documentary about him. Which, fine, but it looked like total pap. Oh well.
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    Quote Quoting Stay Puft (view post)
    Ah, so this is as I've feared. Got excited when the Lightbox announced this because for a second I thought they were announcing that they were screening his new documentary, So Sorry, and not a documentary about him. Which, fine, but it looked like total pap. Oh well.
    There are short clips shown from his documentaries and I really wished I was watching them instead. Much more compelling.
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