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Mehdi Norowzian (Persian spelling: مهدی نوروزیان) is an Iranian-British director who has directed two films: Leo (2002) starring Joseph Fiennes and Elisabeth Shue, and Killing Joe (1999), which starred Daniel Bliss. In 1997, Norowzian unsuccessfully pursued a lawsuit against Guinness for copyright infringement, citing similarities between their 1994 Anticipation advertising campaign and Joy, a short film present on Norowzian's show reel which he distributed to a number of advertising agencies in 1992.
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