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Alison Klayman documents the life and work of Chinese artist and activist Ai Weiwei. She showcases his artistic process as he prepares for a museum exhibition, his relationships with family members and his clashes with the government.
“fascinating portrait of a modern artist and activist trying to make a difference within China's repressive political system.”
-- Tom Long, Detroit News
“It's likely to change the way you think about art and politics and the state of China today.”
-- Tirdad Derakhshani, Philadelphia Inquirer
““Funny, irreverent … awesome. I keep selling it as the coolest art world doc since Exit Through the Gift Shop.”
- Christopher Campbell, Movie.com
Introduction by Winnie Ng, Distinguished Visiting Professor at Ryerson University.
Co-sponsored with the Documentary Media Research Centre at Ryerson University.
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