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Kandahar Break ()


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In 1999, a British mine clearance engineer working for the Taliban government in Afghanistan must flee the country when he becomes embroiled in a deadly game of intrigue and betrayal.

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Richard Lee
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Steve Delamore
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Ashiq Khan
Tatmain Ul Qulb ...
Jamilah
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Omar Baloch
Hidayat Saleem ...
Hameed
Shista Khan ...
Ziaullah
Mariya Tahir Khan ...
Aysha
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Sheikh Aman ...
Young Talib

Directed by

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David Whitney

Written by

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David Whitney ... (written by)

Produced by

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Keith Maher ... executive producer
Hameed Sheikh ... producer
David Whitney ... producer
Paul Whitney ... associate producer

Music by

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Mark Adair

Cinematography by

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Russell Nabb

Film Editing by

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Alastair Reid

Editorial Department

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Hannah Entwistle ... post-production coordinator
Mike Flower ... title design
Andy Hunwick ... colorist
Chris Winters ... on-line editor

Casting By

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Beverley Keogh
Chris Maloney

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Paul Murphy ... first assistant director

Sound Department

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Jennifer Brandwood ... dubbing assistant
Neil Haggerty ... sound designer

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Scott Ferry-Collins ... vfx edit assistant
John Sharp ... visual effects supervisor

Camera and Electrical Department

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Tom Hines ... camera operator
Mike Mullen ... sound recordist
Andrew Parziale ... focus puller

Costume and Wardrobe Department

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Emma Jade Parker ... costume supervisor

Script and Continuity Department

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Rory Herbert ... script supervisor

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David Johnstone ... insurance: Media Insurance Brokers

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Also Known As
  • Kandahar Break: Fortress of War (United Kingdom)
  • Afghanistan War - Festung des Todes (Germany)
  • ハード・ポイント (Japan, Japanese title)
  • Кандагарский прорыв (Russia)
  • Szökés Kandaharból (Hungary)
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  • 94 min
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Trivia 4 Pakistani members of the crew were shot by Taliban insurgents during filming. The British film crew were then evacuated from Pakistan, and the film was completed in Tunisia. See more »
Quotes Omar Baloch: There's 2 things that English like more than their tea. Football and fucking, huh?
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