As we mark the culmination of the Sacred Defense Week in Iran, these dialogues serve as a tribute to the sacrifices, and resilience of those who defended their homeland during the Iraqi war on Iran.
Dialogue 1: From ‘The 23’ (2019)
They all say, "War is not for children, so grow up, take heed."
But who truly knows when a soul becomes wise and freed?
Dialogue 2: From 'Passion to Fly’ (2012)
A pilot's spouse must be far braver than the pilot himself.
Dialogue 3: From ‘The Night Bus’ (2007)
I was a child, just sixteen years old, you see. Two days later, still sixteen in age, but no longer a child in me.
Dialogue 4: From ‘The Stranger’ (2023)
Do you understand that our job is to preserve this revolution?
Dialogue 5: From 'From Karkheh to Rhein' (1992)
- Your eyes, what has become of them?
- They have been captured by the angels' wings.