My Last Valentine in Beirut: First 3-D Lebanese Film

Musicvid helmer Salim El Turk's "My Last Valentine in Beirut" is credited as the pioneer 3D film in Arabic and chronicles a Lebanese prostitute's final days.

A T Group Prods. production. (International sales: T Group Prods., Beirut.) Produced by William Harb, Salim El Turk, Assad Tarabey. Directed, written by Salim El Turk.

With: Lorraine Kodeih, Ziad Said, Aziz Abdo, Shady Hanna, Paul Matar, Ghassan Khairallah, Mohammad Hijazi, Toufik Khreish, Joseph Azouri, Sergiu Zaiat.

Here is a scene from the the film:

For more on this film , including its screening at Cannes Film Festival, see

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