Greer, Darroch
December 2005
Millimeter;Dec2005, Vol. 33 Issue 12, p58
Trade Publication
The article profiles Hany Abu-Assad, director of the movie "Paradise Now". He explains his reason for shooting the movie using a 35mm film. Challenges faced by Abu-Assad during the shooting include the war between Israel and Palestine and the kidnapping of his location manager. Abu-Assad expresses his satisfaction over the quality of the film.


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