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Oscar-nominated 'Omar' Explores Love, Betrayal Under Israeli Occupationi
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March 02, 2014 4:26 PM
All five Academy Award contenders for Best Foreign Language Film deliver universal messages while immersing audiences in their distinct cultures. One of these films, Hany Abu-Assad’s thriller Omar from Palestine, explores the themes of love and betrayal under Israeli occupation. VOA's Penelope Poulou reports.

Oscar-nominated 'Omar' Explores Love, Betrayal Under Israeli Occupation

Published March 02, 2014

All five Academy Award contenders for Best Foreign Language Film deliver universal messages while immersing audiences in their distinct cultures. One of these films, Hany Abu-Assad’s thriller Omar from Palestine, explores the themes of love and betrayal under Israeli occupation. VOA's Penelope Poulou reports.


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