Mughul hā (The Mongols) is a 1973 Iranian film directed by Parvīz Kīmiyāvī. The movie follows the story of a director of a television series on the history of cinema, who has already chosen his shooting location and hired Turkoman tribesmen for his film. In the meantime, he is assigned to establish a television relay station in a rural and remote area in Zāhidān, east of Iran. His wife, who is engaged in research for her doctoral thesis on the Mongol conquest of Iran in the thirteenth century, tries to talk him out of taking the job. One night, while putting the finishing touches on his history of cinema series, the director goes on imagining juxtapositions of his several worlds: the history of cinema, the history of the Mongol invasion, his own film idea, and his impending assignment.