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There Are So Many Things Still to Say

There Are So Many Things Still to Say
وهناك أشياء كثيرة كان يمكن أن يتحدث عنها المرء
Directed by Omar Amiralay
Produced by ARTE France - Grains de Sable
Narrated by Saadallah Wannous
Cinematography Etienne De Grammont
Editing by Dominique Pâris
Distributed by Grains de Sable
Release date(s) 1997
Running time 49 minutes
Country France-Syria
Language Arabic, French and English subtitles

There Are So Many Things Still to Say (Arabic: وهناك أشياء كثيرة كان يمكن أن يتحدث عنها المرء‎) is a Syrian documentary film by the director Omar Amiralay. The film was based on an interview with Syrian playwright Saadallah Wannous a few months before he died of cancer.

Wannous, narrates his somber and relentless reflections-an adieu to a generation for whom the Arab-Israeli conflict has been the source of all disillusion. The playwright recounts, with some regret for the lost opportunities that resulted, how the Palestinian struggle became a central part of intellectual life for an entire generation.[1]

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