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'Ana Arabia' among Venice festival favourites

Movie about Israeli-Palestinian conflict claims to be something different with its unique way of shooting.

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A film that tells the tale of a marriage at the heart of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict is being touted as a possible winner of the Venice Film Festival's most prestigious award.

"Ana Arabia" - or "Me, The Arab" - was also shot in a unique way as one long take with no breaks.

Al Jazeera's Phil Lavelle reports from Venice on the movie and its chances.

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