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Aoki Ôkami: chi hate umi tsukiru made (2007)

A look at Genghis Khan's life, from his birth to conquests in Asia.

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Credited cast:
Takashi Sorimachi ...
Rei Kikukawa ...
Bolte
Mayumi Wakamura ...
Hoelun
...
Jochi
Yoshihiko Hakamada ...
Khasar
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Borchu
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Takahiro Araki ...
Chimbe
Kachiwo Endo ...
Todoen Gilte
...
Mistress Kulan (as Ara)
Yusuke Hirayama ...
Jamuqa
Naoki Hosaka ...
Yesugei
Sôsuke Ikematsu ...
(as Sosuke Ikematsu)
Satoshi Jimbo ...
Thargtai (as Satoshi Jinbo)
Ryô Karato ...
Yeke Chired
Shunsuke Kariya ...
Charaka
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A look at Genghis Khan's life, from his birth to conquests in Asia.

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Rated R for some violence | See all certifications »
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3 March 2007 (Japan)  »

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Genghis Khan: To the Ends of the Earth and Sea  »

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Genghis Khan: To the Ends of the Earth and Sea
23 May 2009 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

i thought this was a very well made movie,both from a technical and visual standpoint.i have no idea how historically factual it is.Obviously the character of Genghis Khan did exist and probably around the time the movie depicts.whether completely factual or not(and most movies,other than documentaries,are not)i did like how they depicted Khan.we see him at birth,as a young boy,growing into a man,finally at adulthood.they really showed him first as a human being,then a warrior.in this movie,he isn't some bloodthirsty tyrant.i also thought the battle scenes were pretty realistic.there was very little CG,maybe one overhead shot.the acting was very good,as was the music.the only thing i had a bit of a problem with was there were so many warring tribes,it was hard to keep track of who was who.and it is pretty long,about 130 minutes without end credits.this particular DVD had the option of dubbed English,or Japanese with English subtitles.i viewed the movie with the subtitles,after trying the dubbed version for the first few minutes,and finding it too distracting.my recommendation is the subtitles.for me,Genghis Khan: To the Ends of the Earth and Sea is a 9/10


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