Defying 2,000 years of tradition, 13 year old Aisholpan Nurgaivinspires all around her with her skill, humor and persistence. This isboth an incredible coming of age story and a reminder that we allshould dream big. In the film, Aisholpan and her family introduce us tothe incredible culture and tradition of the Kazakh nomadic herdingpeople who live in the Altai Mountains region of western Mongolia,basically on the border of Russia, Kazakhstan, Mongolia and China. Overthe years this beautiful land, which the film uses drones to capture inall its splendor, has gone back and forth between Russia and China butis now part of independent Mongolia. Although Aisholpan steals the showhere, the narration by Daisy Ridley keeps this exciting true life storyincredibly engaging. I left the film both inspired and in awe. Totalfemale empowerment film! As a proud father of two daughters, I can'twait for them both to see the film again with me!
The Eagle Huntress (2016) 1080p YIFY Movie
The Eagle Huntress (2016) 1080p
Thirteen-year-old Aisholpan trains to become the first female in twelve generations of her Kazakh family to become an eagle huntress.
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The Synopsis for The Eagle Huntress (2016) 1080p
This spellbinding documentary follows Aisholpan, a 13-year-old nomadic Mongolian girl who is fighting to become the first female eagle hunter in twelve generations of her Kazakh family. Through breathtaking aerial cinematography and intimate verite footage, the film captures her personal journey while also addressing universal themes like female empowerment, the natural world, coming of age and the onset of modernity.
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The Reviews for The Eagle Huntress (2016) 1080p
Reviewed bykbrownsirkVote: 10/10/10
Not only does this film trace the remarkable achievements of theteenage girl Aisholpan who handles very major challenges in achievingthe goal of becoming the first female ever to become a successfulhunter using the eaglet she has trained from a nestling, but it alsoportrays the life of Kazakh nomadic herders in the Altai region ofMongolia better than any of the other Mongolian herder films I haveseen (even the Weeping Camel, which was also outstanding). I havetravelled in this area of Mongolia and the adjacent part of Xinjiang inChina - it is a very tough environment for the people who live there,and making such a technically difficult film must have beenextraordinarily challenging. The scenes where Aisholpan captures hereaglet and where the eagle catches its first fox are breathtaking, andthe scenes showing the interactions among these very traditional peopleof the Altai region are so totally realistic the film makers must haveestablished very good relationships with them first.
If they had said it was 'based on a true story' or it was a 'dramadocumentary' I'd have given it 8 out of 10, but they didn't. They saidit was a documentary. I don't think it is, unless you accept Grierson'sdefinition of documentary as "creative treatment of actuality". Butdoes anyone today think that Nanook of the North is a documentary?