After graduating from Brown University in 2006, Alison Klayman headed to Beijing with little more than a desire to learn Mandarin and to work as a journalist. Although she modestly describes her path to filmmaker as “a coincidence,” a savvy reporter knows a good story when she finds one. That story is Ai Weiwei, the avant-garde artist and political dissident, whose profile is about to increase here thanks to Klayman’s documentary, “Ai Weiwei: Never Sorry,” opening Friday.
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