'Mongol' Gets to the Heart of the Genghis Khan Legend

Creative Loafing (Atlanta) | June 18, 2008
Mongol hinges on its revisionist notion of an enlightened Temudjin, who was dubbed with the title "Genghis Khan" after his death. Throughout the film, Temudjin comes across not as a bloodthirsty superwarrior, but a reasonably sensitive guy whose military success derives from the love of a good woman and belief in the rule of law.

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