Mongol

Mongol

The monumental film by the Russian director Sergei Bodrov tells about youth and advancement of the young Temudgin, who became one of the most legendary tribe leaders in the history as Dschinghis Khan. Apart from impressive fight sequences, the movie excels in the quiet moments depicting the great love Temudgin feels for the Mongolian girl named Borte.

A specialist team of the studio »Couleur & Co.« took on the »aging«, i.e. specific treatment of about five hundred costumes displaying the time, climate, wear and tear. Therefore, the team was on spot in a Beijing film studio for ample preparatory works for the film.

Premiere
2007 at the Toronto International Film Festival
Director
Sergei Bodrov
Costume Design
Karin Lohr
Awards and Nominations
Six »Nika Awards« by Russian Academy of Cinematographic Arts (i.e. »Best Picture«, »Best Director«, »Best Costume Design«), 2007 2 »Golden Eagles« by National Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences of Russia (Best Costume Design and Best Sound Design), 2007 Nominated for Best Foreign Language Film by the Academy Award 2008 Nominiert for People's Choice Award by European Film Awards 2008

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