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The Eagle Huntress

The Eagle Huntress is a movie starring Aisholpan Nurgaiv, Daisy Ridley, and Rys Nurgaiv. Thirteen-year-old Aisholpan trains to become the first female in twelve generations of her nomad family to become an eagle huntress.

Other Titles
La jeune fille et son aigle, A sasvadász lány, A Caçadora e a Águia, Η κυνηγός με τον αετό, La principessa e l'aquila, Polujaca z orlami, イーグルハンター 1000年の歴史を変えた「鷹匠」少女, Ereliu medziotoja, Eagle Huntress, La cazadora del águila
Running Time
1 hours 27 minutes
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Sport, Documentary, Adventure
Otto Bell
Rys Nurgaiv, Daisy Ridley, Aisholpan Nurgaiv
Mongolia, UK, USA
Audio Languages
اللغة_العربية, English, Deutsch, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
اللغة_العربية, 日本語, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

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.

Comments about sport «The Eagle Huntress» (13)

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Randy Reed

The movie is very boring. You don't care about the story, it's just a very poor production, it's not a documentary. It's boring. The only interesting part of the movie is the horse and that's it. If you want to watch a real documentary, do it in German.

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Mildred D.

This is a fascinating documentary that focuses on the famed varsity swimming and diving team at the University of Michigan. As one of the top athletes in the country, I found the movie to be very informative. For one, the team's coach, Coach Dean, played a big part in the team's success, as well as their social life. The team's president, Coach Higgins, played an equally big role in the team's success. The history of the team is also interesting, as Coach Dean and the other team members and coach play a major role in the team's success. The documentary also discussed the controversy surrounding the team, which came to a head when a student, Ryan Matta, was accused of raping the team's cheerleader, Kristen Mitterhauser. Ryan was eventually convicted, and the team decided not to play in the varsity games the following season, due to the team's decision not to play for the varsity team. Overall, the movie is very interesting, and was very informative. It does a great job at detailing the team's history, as well as their social life. I recommend this movie to anyone who is interested in the history of the varsity team at the University of Michigan. Overall rating: 8/10

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Phillip W.

The best thing about the Eagle Huntress is that the majority of her commentary is to her family members who are in the same boat. It's also great to see her father get to hear her story and tell it as if it were his own. And of course, there's plenty of quotes from her parents that were still with her when she was a child. If you're a fan of her work, you'll love this feature. As well, the music in this feature is also awesome.

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Mildred D.

The fact that the English speaking audience may have taken offense with the depiction of the English people was very apparent. I also thought that the depiction of the English was generally accurate. I must say though that the English are a pretty interesting people and so far as I know, nobody has ever had a bit of trouble getting them to do anything they wanted. And speaking of famous, their comments were mostly very interesting, if not all that funny. I thought that the movie was overall pretty accurate. I thought it was interesting that some of the items they got for their sponsorship of the movie were real sports items, like a jockey, a horse, a cyclist, and a wrestler, and I thought it was nice that they included a quote from Shakespeare about Britain's athletic greatness. In terms of generalities, I thought that the movie was about as accurate as they could make it. They were accurate with regards to the English but were kind of vague with regard to other groups, like the Irish. I was really happy that they included an interview with a black swimmer that I thought was really interesting. The movie is definitely worth watching.

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Christine Olson

I love both martial arts films and I am a sucker for the underdog stories. This film is based on an unlikely true story of a couple of martial arts girls who changed the game of the sport. After a devastating accident forces them to forfeit their season, they are forced to enter into a tournament. It is also their last chance to make a name for themselves, and become the best of the best in the sport. They start with only two fighters, but soon find that there are many more like them out there. I also loved how the story turned out. It was unexpected and different from anything I have seen before. I felt like I was watching an old Kenji Fujita movie. This movie reminded me of watching the training sessions for the all time champions in the old martial arts films. I could tell that this was a great movie, and I hope to see more great films based on true stories. I would give this a 9/10.

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A British documentary that showcases the same "white is better" mentality that Americans have as a country. Some interesting highlights include the relationship between ex-MMA fighter Tony Ferguson (notorious for his poor handling of situations) and former bodybuilder, Jeremy Keogh (the subject of this documentary)who is now a famous bodybuilder. There's also a great interview with Barry Kidman (who, I've heard, is a fitness freak and "exercise-obsessed"), who sadly passed away in 2008. It was really interesting to see what people have to say about their relationship with fitness and nutrition. I enjoyed the interviews and the footage. I recommend this documentary to anybody who wants to learn about fitness and nutrition.

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Adam Mitchell

This is a very compelling documentary that will make you want to watch it again. Not only is the documentary well-shot, it's well-edited, and the film has some very interesting footage. The footage is just so interesting and fascinating. The only flaw in the documentary is that it's too long. Some of the highlights are the races, but some of the highlights are the entire documentary. I just wish that there was more time spent on the races. But other than that, this is a great documentary that is well-edited, well-shot, and well-edited. The only flaw is that it's a little too long, but I'm not complaining.

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Jeremy R.

This is the story of the 1972 Olympic gold medalist, Jennifer O'Neill (Gold Coast). O'Neill was one of the most successful female athletes of all time. Although she has never won an Olympic medal, O'Neill has given some of the most unforgettable performances in Olympic history. Her performance in the 2nd gold medal final against Steffi Graf in 1972 was perhaps the greatest performance in an Olympic Games. She was incredibly strong and showed that she could run and do the Olympic events. In the final, O'Neill was supposed to be paired with the German hurdler Steffi Graf, but Graf could not make it to the Olympic Village because she was training for a competition. A German sprint runner named Jan Ullrich was chosen instead. During the trials, Ullrich was disqualified and O'Neill became the first American woman to win a gold medal at an Olympics. As she tells her story, there is not a lot of interviews with people, but the two good ones are from the German team and the Australian team. One of the most interesting parts is the very personal aspect. I can't imagine how it must be to be a woman in an all male sports team. The Olympics is a male dominated sport, and women are always at a disadvantage. I'm sure it was a difficult environment to be in, but the people she knows and meets seem to really care about her. The special feature on the DVD is a interview with O'Neill, who was very happy that her father was there for the film. She even has her dad to thank. Overall, this is a really good film, and if you are a woman, it will be a wonderful movie to watch. It's about a woman who gave her all, and we are happy she did.

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What I really liked about this documentary was the following: The incredible amount of mountain climbers on the North Face, which is just one of the reasons that this mountain is so beautiful. The discovery of new climbing routes on the North Face is also another reason why this mountain is so beautiful. I'm not a mountain climber but the discovery of these routes on the North Face made me realize that all the climbing I had seen up to that point was done by the few who were paid to climb the mountain. And the climbers had been paid for this. The amount of money that these climbers earned for climbing the North Face is mind boggling. The reason I say this is because the film is truly a "must see" for climbers, mountaineers and all who are interested in mountains and climbing. I'd like to see this film in theatres. It was a great documentary. The mountain climber was an interesting person, the mountain guide was interesting and all the other climbers were interesting and believable. This documentary is definitely worth seeing. I'm going to watch it again and I hope that someone else gets a chance to see it. This is one of those documentaries that you just can't help but to watch. You'll probably laugh, you'll probably be sad, you'll probably love it, and you'll probably want to watch it again.

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Jonathan Jimenez

Having just watched this, I am more impressed than ever. This is an inspirational, inspiring, inspiring documentary that is all about a young girl from Haiti named Angelina. She is fearless and she is an Olympic weightlifter. Her heart is so strong that she can't even watch it when her sister falls. It's such a tragedy that the Olympics don't want to acknowledge her. Angelina is a heartbreaker but she's also a superhero. She wears a GoPro camera and her mom takes her to do some pretty amazing things. She gets to work with some of the best athletes in the world and it's inspiring. If you haven't seen this, you owe it to yourself to watch it.

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I had watched this documentary many times before and after the 2013 Olympics. This time it's more focused and done in a more professional way. The reason for this is the fact that this is a documentary about an Olympic sport, which is a special one. You could say that this is a documentary on the women's Ski jump. So, it's a nice documentary to watch. I am not a big fan of ski jumping, but I like to watch this documentary every time. This is not the first time I saw it, and it will not be the last. If you are a fan of this sport, you will probably like it. For those who are not a fan, you will probably like it too. The documentary is based on a book that talks about this sport, called "A Life in the Air". It is not a documentary about the jump itself, but about the spirit, the psychology and the work involved. It's a nice insight into this sport. It is mostly focused on the jump, but there are some other things that are included in it too. There are also some interviews with other people involved in the sport, like the jump coach, the jump sponsor and the Olympic committee. There is also a few sports related facts and figures mentioned in the documentary. But, most of all, it's about the Jump itself, which makes it a good documentary. The jump itself is really great and is not something that you can compare with anything else. It is not something you see often and it is something that is going to last a lifetime. It is not a special jump and it will not be the last time you see it. It is something you have to see many times. This documentary makes you think about the Jump and also how it is important for the Olympic Movement. There are also some interviews with the other Olympic jumpers and athletes, like that of the Norwegian team. And, of course, you will see the Olympic Flag in the background. There is also a little bit of a history of the jump and the different things that happened before and after the jump. It is very good and makes you think about this sport. Overall, I would say that this is a good documentary that I would recommend for everyone. I give it an 8/10. It is very good and very well done.

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Beverly Griffin

In this 'Forgotten Hero' of a documentary film, a group of professional skiers set out to gain the record for the oldest group ever to ski together. They go head to head against the Soviet Union's Vladimir Zylberstein, who has his sights set on the record. Both men are headhunters, and despite Zylberstein's warnings, neither can resist the temptations of the game. I was never a skier, but I've always enjoyed seeing skiers competing in races. In this film, there's a lot of love and respect shown for the sport of skiing. It also includes a good look at the life of a skier and the frustrations that come with trying to follow their dreams. This film is based on a true story, and it's nice to see a film like this, rather than a movie that focuses on a celebrity's life and then makes a film about that celebrity. The movie is well done, and I thoroughly enjoyed it. It's a shame that this film isn't in theaters. This is one of the best documentaries I've ever seen.

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I had the chance to view a sneak preview of this film at the 2008 Cannes Film Festival and was very impressed with the film's production. The film follows three gymnasts from the Soviet Union who want to earn enough money to bring back their motherland and their gymnastics careers. The film contains several different plots that are well executed. The film focuses on the story of the three gymnasts from a family that never lost a mother, and the Soviet Olympic athletes who will be their ancestors in the future. This film has a great story, is beautifully filmed, and has a wonderful message. I highly recommend it.