Genghis Khan: To the Ends of the Earth and Sea
First of all the movie is historically very inaccurate. The director "kills" Zuchi some 20 years earlier than he was supposed to die, "makes" Jamukha to kill Tooril, who was actually killed by Naimans, and so on. I know to put the story of Genghis Khan into a single movie is very difficult. The movie seems to be mostly talking about whether Temujin is Esukhei's son and whether Zuchi is Temujin's son. This topic might be interesting for many, but Temujin is a very strong historical figure and it is hard to believe that he was depressed too much over this dispute. HEWell, my point is this movie is not for learning history at all. Somehow for mongolianss the behaviors of main characters seem quite comical. People couldn't help but burst to laughter when Temujin makes quick movements to hold his woman.
- Jun 17, 2007
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