Monocolumn: Filmmaker’s Surprise At Inclusion In Shanghai Expo

Monocolumn: Filmmaker’s Surprise At Inclusion In Shanghai Expo
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The Shanghai World Expo is nothing if not forward-looking. But one feature seems startlingly out of place: the screenings of filmmaker Jia Zhangke’s new documentary, I Wish I Knew.

Monocle
  • 12 august 2010

Monocolumn- Filmmaker’s surprise at inclusion in Shanghai Expo

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The Shanghai World Expo is nothing if not forward-looking. In China’s continuing zeal to put forth its best face to the world, it has spared little expense in making this showcase as impressive and futuristic as possible, from the microchip-embedded tickets to the funnel-shaped, glass-and-steel “sun valleys” along the main Expo thoroughfare that glow a magnificent neon blue at night.

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