Duel (2004 film)
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Duel is the most expensive movie ever made in Iranian cinema history. It was directed by Ahmad Reza Darvish, who was mostly known for films about the Iran-Iraq war. Duel was shot in roughly 11 months in various cities of Iran. The first screening was at the Fajr International Film Festival, in 2004, where it won 7 Crystal Phoenix Statues. Also, it is the first Iranian movie to use Dolby Digital sound.
Zeinal is an Iranian soldier.
Writer and director : Ahmad Reza Darvish
Director of photography : Bahram Badakhshani
Artistic director : Amir Esbati
Producer : Taghi Aligholi zadeh