Ziad Doueiri

filmmaker, director of ‘The Attack’ and ‘The Insult’

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Ziad Doueiri on KCRW

‘The Insult’ trailer 
 The new film ‘ The Insult ’ begins with a testy exchange in a Beirut neighborhood. Toni is a Lebanese Christian who runs an auto repair shop and resents the…

Director Ziad Doueiri on 'The Insult'

‘The Insult’ trailer The new film ‘ The Insult ’ begins with a testy exchange in a Beirut neighborhood. Toni is a Lebanese Christian who runs an auto repair shop and resents the…

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