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Wild Horses of Mongolia with Julia Roberts 

Horse loving actress Julia Roberts spends time with nomads in Mongolia and experiences their lifestyle in which horses play an important role.

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Horse loving actress Julia Roberts spends time with nomads in Mongolia and experiences their lifestyle in which horses play an important role.

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22 October 2000 (USA)  »

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Very touching documentary
5 February 2002 | by See all my reviews

This is a very touching documentary, where Julia Roberts stays for a time with a mongolian nomadic family. I know there were cameras there, but I really felt like Julia made a significant connection to these people. The irony of a superstar like JR staying with people from such a remote part of the world really did point out our humanity, and possibly screwed up values. Either way, this was an excellent view...

Good job Julia.....

I believe there is a series of documentaries, of which this is one, where famous actors are placed in different situations, where you see beyond the fame of the person by watching them react in their environment. Goldie Hawn at an elephant reserve, Robin Williams swimming with wild dolphins, and now Julia Roberts living with nomadic people in Mongolia.


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