Live From Cannes: 'Omar' Director Hany Abu-Assad
Omar director Hany Abu-Assad tells The Hollywood Reporter why he wanted to make a film about three Palestinian childhood friends. The Israel-born director also added, "As filmmakers, we witness our history. I don't want to take the responsibility of changing minds, but my job is to let the audience in an entertaining way live in a very difficult situation."
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