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Genghis Khan: To the Ends of the Earth and Sea (2007)

Aoki Ôkami: chi hate umi tsukiru made (original title)
A look at Genghis Khan's life, from his birth to conquests in Asia.

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Hoelun
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Jochi
Yoshihiko Hakamada ...
Khasar
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Takahiro Araki ...
Chimbe
Kachiwo Endo ...
Todoen Gilte
Ara Go ...
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Yusuke Hirayama ...
Jamuqa
Naoki Hosaka ...
Yesugei
Sôsuke Ikematsu ...
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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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Very good, realistic movie
5 March 2008 | by (Germania Inferior) – See all my reviews

A very good movie about Temujiin's early life and how he became Genghis Khan, leader of all Mongol tribes. The acting was simply good, the costumes worn seemed very realistic and combined with spherical shots of the Mongolian steppes makes that you really get sucked into the story and the world in which it takes place. Battle scenes were also abundant and realistic, showing the mounted warfare of past times.

As a rather critical person when it comes to historical accuracy, I'd recommend this to anyone that likes historical movies. Though this movie has it's inaccuracies, they do not hurt Temujin's character or the movie in general. Coming from the West, I also had no problem with the actors speaking Japanese instead of Mongolian. Simply see it if you have the chance, you won't be disappointed.


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