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The Oslo Diaries
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The year is 1992 and all communication between Israel and the PLO are forbidden by law. Rabin and Arafat view each other as terrorists and the violence on both sides is escalating. In a last attempt for peace, a group of negotiators are sent to Oslo for a secret meeting. Against all odds, they must succeed where their leaders have failed. The Oslo Diaries is a riveting account of 1,100 days of secret talks as told by the people who were there at the table. Using the personal diaries of both Israeli and Palestinian participants, the film provides new insights into why peace keeps failing in the longest ongoing conflict of our times.

The year is 1992 and all communication between Israel and the PLO are forbidden by law. Rabin and Arafat view each other as terrorists and the violence on both sides is escalating. In a last attempt for peace, a group of negotiators are sent to Oslo for a secret meeting. Against all odds, they must succeed where their leaders have failed. The Oslo Diaries is a riveting account of 1,100 days of secret talks as told by the people who were there at the table. Using the personal diaries of both Israeli and Palestinian participants, the film provides new insights into why peace keeps failing in the longest ongoing conflict of our times.

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