Banned in Arab world, Lebanese filmmaker's 'The Attack' premieres in Israel
Ziad Doueiri, who broke the law in Lebanon by coming to Israel to make a controversial movie about a suicide bombing, dials in for a virtual Q&A session with his Israeli audience.
Amin Jaafari is a successful and popular surgeon at an Israeli hospital. He lives in a plush Herzliya villa, drives a fancy car, is happily married and, in an opening scene of Ziad Doueiri’s new film, “The Attack,” is being honored with one the country’s top medical awards.
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