There are some documentaries that seem to benefit from what suddenly happened to their already-interesting subject matter during the time the film was being shot. We’re thinking Wilco’s unexpected break-up while I’m Trying to Break Your Heart was being made, or Julius Shulman passing away at the same time as the releasee of Visual Acoustics. This time, it just happened to be director Alison Klayman being at the right place at the right time in making a documentary about artist Ai Weiwei, just as he was entering a very difficult 2011, which also turned him into a household name. The first trailer for Klayman’s documentary, Ai Weiwei: Never Sorry, has now just been released:
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