Arab Israeli Dialogue
|Arab Israeli Dialogue|
|Directed by||Lionel Rogosin|
|Produced by||Shunmugam A. Pillay|
|Starring||Rashed Hussein, Amos Kenan|
|Edited by||Louis Brigante|
|Running time||39 minutes|
Arab Israeli Dialogue is the tenth and final film directed by American independent filmmaker Lionel Rogosin. It is a filmed debate between the Palestinian poet Rashed Hussein and Amos Kenan, shot in the basement of Rogosin's Bleecker Street Cinema by Louis Brigante.
Though Rogosin would live until 2000, he did not complete another film in his lifetime, causing him immense personal and artistic frustration.
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