Ai Weiwei: Never Sorry

Ai Weiwei: Never Sorry

Ai Weiwei is known for many things – great architecture, subversive in-your-face art, and political activism. He has also called for greater transparency on the part of the Chinese state. Director Alison Klayman chronicles the complexities of Ai’s life for three years, beginning with his rise to public prominence via blog and Twitter after he questioned the deaths of more than 5,000 students in the 2008 Sichuan earthquake. The record continues through his widely publicized arrest in Beijing in April of 2011. As Ai prepares various works of art for major international exhibitions, his activism heats up, and his run-ins with China’s authorities become more and more frequent.

A documentary that chronicles artist and activist Ai Weiwei as he prepares for a series of exhibitions and gets into an increasing number of clashes with the Chinese government. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Ai Weiwei: Never Sorry torrent reviews

David H (jp) wrote: Nice, fun film, a man failing to relate with anyone, fallen from high status and unable to claw his way back...

Dianne W (es) wrote: Michael Redwood's self indulgence and complete lack of talent are perfectly showcased by this movie. Do not waste your time - unless you want a good laugh at exactly how terrible a movie can be. Micro-budget - mini micro budget notwithstanding, school kids could do better.Do not remember Peter O'Toole by this load of old cobblers.

Jacob F (ca) wrote: One cheesy plot turn, but the rest was great. Some very well filmed scenes that take your breath away. Too long though.

Anneli S (jp) wrote: What a hilarious movie :D Andy Griffith was so cute and funny :)

Hayden H (us) wrote: i find this film funny and very rewatchable

Brett W (fr) wrote: It certainly is pretty and touching. But it's hard to call a film "enjoyable to watch" when its central focus is on spousal abuse.

Justin A (es) wrote: Not as provocative as the series, probably simply because it didn't have enough time to lay the groundwork for such a deep narration. Good, but kindof a letdown in perspective. I did really love what they managed to do with the Togusa character, and how Saito seemed to be more of a leading hero than Ishikawa. I probably wouldn't've brought the Tachikomas back - it cheapens their climax in the series.

Ivan A (gb) wrote: Fantastic story with amazing images and characters. love it

Uriel G (it) wrote: An excellent adaptation that tells the story in a masterful way and improves both the tempo and the already spectacular visual and special effects

Aimee S (kr) wrote: Classic 90s movie. Will be the cult classic your kids will watch (like Breakfast Club is for us)

Duncan P (fr) wrote: Every sci-fi nerd on the planet probably knows the punchline to this one, whether they've seen it or not, but even going in knowing that, it provides a pretty interesting cli-fi noir that was clearly rather ahead of its time in terms of ideas... which is horrifying. Sure it's outdated and a bit muddy and flat, but interesting nonetheless.

Matthew A (de) wrote: A fascinating watch, and completely, by a long shot, the most savage piece of cinema I've ever seen. Could be seen as a feminist statement, a food devouring piece of nonsense, or an existential portrait of modern existence. A masterpiece, and indeed a hell of a discovery.

Linda B (ru) wrote: Saw this in full for the first time today. Great feel good musical, fantastic dancing talent on screen. One for all the family!

Real G (au) wrote: Africa Screams plays out as one long epsiode of The Abbott and Costello Show, the only difference being that those shows are hilarious and this one is not. Abbott is incredibly bland and comes off like some grumpy Disney villan and Costello is void of any verbal jokes, just a bunch of tripping and running into trees/poles/doors/walls/etc. It was truly disappointing to watch this. I expected so much more from this legendary comedic duo. But this much can be said I suppose - Abbott and Costello are no Laurel and Hardy.

Alexander Z (fr) wrote: Sometimes compelling, sometimes not. Ashley Judd is terrible at acting scared. Also, can anyone tell me in what fantasy world a police investigation would let a victim stake out a possible suspect? I mean really. And of course, it ends with the criminal who has been patient for months making a rash decision and exposing himself. Classic dumbed down ending.