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A tale of lost honor and political corruption. Here’s a review that ran in Screen at TIFF.
From the Front Lines of Resource Rape We Come As Friends
The Man Who Slept with the Goats — Who’s the Fool? A Fool Chen Jianbin, China, 2015, 103 minutes
Standing Room Only The Iron Ministry
House Arrest as Talk Show Ai Weiwei: The Fake Case Dir. Andreas Johnsen, Denmark, 86 minutes, 2013
Clothe the Naked, Pump the Oil, Wear the Cowboy Hat We Come As Friends
Ai Weiwei: Never Sorry dir. Alison Klayman, USA, 2012, 91 minutes
China Heavyweight, dir. Yung Chang, China/Canada, 2012, 89 minutes At IFC Center, New York
Ai Weiwei: Never Sorry dir. Alison Klayman, at the Berlin International Film Festival Fresh from Sundance, Ai Weiwei: Never Sorry has made its European debut at the Berlin International Film Festival.
City of Life and Death Before the Nazis bombed Rotterdam, flattened Minsk, besieged Leningrad, burned Warsaw, and incinerated millions of Jews, Nanjing showed the world what World War II would look… More ›