|Directed by||Timur Bekmambetov
|Produced by||Iskona Film|
|Written by||Timur Bekmambetov
|Music by||Alexander Voitinskyi|
Peshawar Waltz (Russian: Пешаварский вальс, Peshavarskiy val's) is a 1994 Russian action film directed and written by Timur Bekmambetov. The film is a dramatic depiction of war in Afghanistan based on the actual events of the Badaber uprising of prisoners of war 24 km south of Peshawar, Pakistan. An English dub of the film titled Escape from Afghanistan was released on home video in 2002.
An American reporter and doctor (British and French in the original version) comes to a military base in Pakistan to document the P.O.W. conditions. While being there, the Soviet prisoners rise up and take over the base.
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