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Empty piece of shit; as much import as a two hour Russian car advert. It surprises me how many people are taken in by this slick, hollow guff.
Director Matthew Bright's balls are clearly too tiny for this subject matter.
Wasted opportunity. Wishy washy, lacking in focus or vision. When the vague, half-hearted mysticism/spiritualism is introduced (in the form of a magic wolf, no less) you can't help but think of what more powerful directors have done with historical figures: Tarkovsky's Rublev or Bresson's Joan of Arc, for example. By the end of this film you have no more idea about Genghis Khan - or rather, what Genghis Khan means to the filmmakers - than you would from looking at the poster for two minutes. A shame.
So derivative, bland and shite I stopped watching after 45 minutes. And I made it to the end of both Dead Silence and Rich Man's Wife in the same week.
Some good bits. Some stupidity.