Narrated by Helena Bonham Carter
The on-going price paid by Palestinians is easier to measure than that of their first President, Yasser Arafat. Six decades of Arafat's leadership continues to divide and polarise opinion, though there can be little dispute of its impact on the Middle East. Film One in The Price of Kings documentary series reveals the sacrifices made by Yasser Arafat, one of the most controversial leaders of the 20th Century.
Speaking with the people who knew Arafat best, from his confidantes within the Palestinian Authority and his extended family, to his adversaries such as Israeli President, Shimon Peres, the film attempts to forge an account of Arafatís political life up until his mysterious death in 2004. This groundbreaking documentary film also features an exclusive interview with Yasser Arafatís widow, Suha Arafat, who talks for the first time about what her life was like being married to a revolutionary giving a particularly personal insight into the price that Yasser Arafat paid for the Palestinian cause.
"Essential viewing" Andrew Gowers, FT former editor and Arafat biographer
"A beautifully crafted piece" Jon Snow, Journalist and Broadcaster
"Graphic, dramatic and emphatic" Tim Llewellyn, former BBC Middle East Correspondent
"Outstanding" - The National
"Engrossingly edited... a great deal of complex Middle East history into digestible, bite-size chunks... Suha Arafat is articulate and frank" - The Hollywood Reporter
Sound: Dolby Digital, Stereo, Pseudo Surround, 5.1 Surround
Feature Subtitles: English, Arabic
Region: 0 (Region Free), Aspect Radio: 2.35:1
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