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Sent by Genghis Khan, founder of the ancient Mongol Empire, a small group of his soldiers are on their way to locate a skilled and holy doctor who lives in a mountainous Mongolian forest. On their journey they discover an abandoned baby whom they decide to look after. Unknown to them however, this is the son of one of their sworn enemies who, once he finds out what has happened, sets out to wreak revenge on the group and rescue his beloved child.

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Directed by

D. Jolbayar

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”An authentic Mongolian adventure rich in historical atmosphere... Enjoy the sumptuous scenery and exquisite costumes both of which will take your breath away with their rugged beauty and attention to period detail.”

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