Tunnel 18 Trailer

Tunnel 18 Trailer (1997)

13 February 1997 Drama 120 mins

Tunnel 18 (Persian: تونل 18‎‎) is a 1997 Iranian Historical drama film written and directed by Hossein Shahabi (Persian: حسین شهابی)

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Ali osivand

as Dehghane fadakar

Reza Naji

as Khan

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تونل 18 Trailer

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Iran 13 February 1997

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