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Based on the controversial writings of Russian historian Lev Gumilyov, director Sergei Bodrov's look at the early years in the life of the Mongol conqueror stars Japanese actor Tadanobu Asano as Temudgin (as he was then known), Honglei Sun as Mongol chieftain Jamukha, who was both Temudgin's close friend and mortal enemy, and newcomer Khulan Chuluun as his wife, Borte. Born in the year 1162, Temudgen's childhood was marred by tragedy and peril. But a great battle would seal Temudgen's fate forever, and though history often paints him as a brute, the truth is much more complex. Few historians make mention of the role Temudgen's wife, Borte, played in advising her husband and elevating him to greatness. With Borte by his side, Temudgen would rise to become a fearless visionary whose legacy would still prove potent enough to stir controversy centuries after his death.

Product Details

Release Date: 10/14/2008
UPC: 0883929028788
Original Release: 2007
Rating: R
Source: New Line Home Video
Region Code: 1
Presentation: [Wide Screen]
Time: 2:05:00
Sales rank: 45,439

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Tadanobu Asano Temudgin/Genghis Khan
Sun Hong-Lei Jamukha
Khulan Chuluun Borte
Odnyam Odsuren Young Temudgin
Amarbold Yuvinbayar Young Jamukha
Bayartsetseg Erdenabat Young Borte
Amadu Mamadakov Targutai
Ba Sen Esugei
Bu Ren Taichar

Technical Credits
Sergei Bodrov Director,Producer,Screenwriter
Arif Aliyev Screenwriter
Stefan Arndt Co-producer
Maksim Belovolov Sound/Sound Designer
Bob Berney Executive Producer
Bulat Galimgereyev Executive Producer
Tuomas Kantelinen Score Composer
Karin Lohr Costumes/Costume Designer
Anton Melnik Producer
Dashi Namdakov Production Designer
Guka Omarova Casting
Valdís Óskarsdóttir Editor
Gulnara Sarsenova Co-producer
Sergei Selyanov Producer
Alec Shulmann Executive Producer
Zach Staenberg Editor
Manuela Stehr Co-producer
Rogier Stoffers Cinematographer
Bruno Tarriere Sound/Sound Designer
Sergei Trofimov Cinematographer
Zhang Xia Co-producer

Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Mongol
1. Esugei and Son [5:12]
2. Temudgin's Choice [5:55]
3. Fallen Khan [4:06]
4. Marked for Death [4:14]
5. Blood Brothers [3:01]
6. Targutai's Prisoner [3:43]
7. Sacred Mountain Prayer [2:07]
8. Scary Captive's Escape [6:15]
9. Reunions [4:34]
10. Merkit Revenge [5:30]
11. No War's Over Women [3:48]
12. Blades and Blood [5:37]
13. Spoils of War [3:52]
14. Our Master Now [:13]
15. Old Enemy's New Ally [4:30]
16. Don't Forget Us [4:41]
17. Fight to the Finish [4:15]
18. Jamukha's Slave [4:11]
19. Mongols in Cages [3:58]
20. Old Monk's Journey [5:29]
21. Eye Contact [4:36]
22. Out of Jail [2:28]
23. Our Father [3:11]
24. New Mongol Law [5:41]
25. Arrow's Mark [3:26]
26. Mongol Might [2:50]
27. Storm Center [3:41]
28. No Place to Hide [2:54]
29. His Future [4:03]
30. End Credits [3:10]

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Mongol 4.4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 12 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Got this for my husband and he loves it. He has already watched it numerous times.
OhRyan More than 1 year ago
I bought this movie simply because it received good critic reviews, and was well priced. I'm glad that I did. While I find that some movies just don't hold my attention; Mongol yolked me in the first ten minutes, and really sustained a steady pace and quality throughout. The main character (Temudjin) stays true to character and never alters his ethics, or changes his approach to situations. These factors make him easy to believe as well as root for. Buy this film. THE LANDSCAPES ARE AMAZING.
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AsiaSquawkBoxFan More than 1 year ago
This is a journey of great pain as a leader emerges to unify the mongol people as its Khan. Visually stunning. Epic story. Epic sets, battles, and wonderful characters. It is one of my favorite films of all time, not only because of its historical basis, but because of the superb character development and it is shot in such beautiful places.
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