1998, regia di Sai Fu, Mai Lisi
Scheda: Nazione: Cina - Produzione: Cheng Jianlin - Distribuzione: Stax Entertainment, Pinnacle Video - Soggetto e sceneggiatura: Ran Ping - Fotografia: Mu Deyuan - Montaggio: Zhang Jianhua - Art Direction: Mo Nayintai - Costumi: Wang Shaohai - Musiche: Cao Daoerji - Formato: Color, linguaggi mandarino e mongolo - Durata: 110'.
Cast: Tumen, Ailiya, Marisu, Muqier, Hude, Asiru, Quinaritu, Bayaertu, Basen.
Plot Summary, Synopsis, Review: IMDb - lovefilm.com - sofacinema.co.uk - sfs.org.sg - filmweb.pl - sjcav.org: «During the 12th Century a boy is born to a tribal chief. He is named Temujin, which means "blacksmith." Nine years later, his father is murdered by the Tartars. After a long struggle, just when Temujin reclaims tribal chief status, the Merkit tribe kidnaps his wife. In order to fight against the Merkits, Temujin has to use his mother as a pawn in exchange for troops from ally tribes. Temujin manages to rescue his wife only to realise that she is pregnant with the enemy's child. Enduring tremendous anguish, Temujin throws himself into battle against the Tartars and slaughters the leader of the intruders. He eventually takes his wife back and accepts her child. Later on, he begins a campaign to unify all Mongolian tribes. By the age of 40, he is bestowed the title "Genghis Khan", which means "oceanic ruler". Shot in the Mongol grasslands, produced and played by an all-Mongolian team, this film is not only visually spectacular, but also the most coherent in terms of chronicled history amongst the many Genghis Khan biopics made so far».
Conosciuto anche con il titolo: Genghis Khan: A Proud Son of Heaven.