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The award-winning director of Iran's most expensive film, "Muhammad," says he hopes it will improve Islam's "violent image," but the religious epic risks angering many Muslims despite not showing the Prophet's face.The huge production about the childhood of the Prophet cost an estimated $40 million and took more than seven years to complete.The 171-minute film, which stars many top Iranian actors, premieres Wednesday in 143 theaters throughout Iran, the day before it opens the Montreal Film Festival."Muhammad" is the first part of a trilogy on the life of the Prophet. The film depicts events before his birth and up to his teenage years, before he became Prophet, which according to the Quran was at the age of 40 .
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