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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
A sasvadász lány, イーグルハンター 1000年の歴史を変えた「鷹匠」少女, La jeune fille et son aigle, Η κυνηγός με τον αετό, Ereliu medziotoja, La principessa e l'aquila, Eagle Huntress, A Caçadora e a Águia, La cazadora del águila, Polujaca z orlami
Running Time
1 hours 27 minutes
Quality
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres
Documentary, Adventure, Sport
Director
Otto Bell
Actors
Rys Nurgaiv, Aisholpan Nurgaiv, Daisy Ridley
Country
UK, Mongolia, USA
Year
2016
Audio Languages
English, Deutsch, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
Subtitles
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 documentary «The Eagle Huntress» (20)

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Megan Diaz

I loved this documentary, if you like that sort of thing, I recommend you check it out. What we get here is a huge story of the people who spend their lives on the wall of the gym trying to make weight. It really does become quite the obsession that I think most of us have at some point in our lives. There's plenty of people who love this stuff. It's very exciting to see them training and working out, to see how they get their first win or first big gain. But, the only people who could ever be the real experts in the gym, are the people who are really into it and are in it for the money. You get to see the people who just do it because they can, and you get to see the people who have a lot more to it than just gaining weight, or whatever it is. The documentary doesn't cover what really happens in the gym, or what really happens in the world of weightlifting. It does discuss what you really get out of it, how much you love it, what you don't like about it. In the end, it seems pretty normal. No one is 100% in love with this sport, and no one is completely in love with it. It just seems like a bunch of people with a lot of time on their hands who just want to get stronger. The only part I found disappointing was that the interviews were done in real-time, which would have made it more interesting. The interviews were great and it would have been better if the real-time stuff was shown in-between them, which would have made it even more interesting. I think this is a really cool documentary that shows a different side of the gym world, and shows how we really get into this thing. 7/10

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Melissa

Wow. It's a combination of all the traditional sports documentaries that has been released over the years. We are all familiar with the raw Olympic sports such as track and field, swimming, and cross country running. So, it would be no surprise to see how the story plays out like a movie. Unfortunately, the video story is not that good. The sport itself is hard to follow and difficult to understand. Plus, the story in itself is very strong and provides the viewer with a new perspective on the subject. The parts with Arnold trying to go from an under-weight runner to a world champion and back to a skinny runner are really interesting. It also adds the icing to the cake that if you are a fan of Arnold and have a strong passion for the sport, then the story is not bad. However, it's all downhill from there. It's all about the athletes, but there is no supporting cast. The only people you can root for are Arnold and Robby for obvious reasons. The athletes are all athletically talented but not particularly well-known. The biggest issue with the story is that it is all too focused on Arnold and not the other athletes. It's not clear what their background or background story is and they don't get any recognition for their accomplishments. At the end of the day, you get the feeling that the athlete's are more important than the athletes themselves. This story does not add up to much and I believe is a waste of time. I give it a 7 out of 10.

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Mildred G.

A very good documentary about the women's gymnastics team that never won a gold medal at the Olympics. They were beaten by the Soviets and the Germans. The film is a lot more in depth than it seems. It is divided into four chapters, each of which cover a different day of the team's life. Each day shows how hard they worked, their struggles, and their hopes and dreams. The documentary is filled with moments of tragedy, but at the end you are left with a feeling that you have not seen anything like this before. The athletes themselves all have a really interesting and lively personality. I found myself particularly interested in the group of international gymnasts who have no formal training. They are very involved with their sport, their families, their friends, and their communities. I found them very interesting and they are also the most interesting part of the film. I also like the part where the film portrays the so-called real Olympic gold medalists, who are the best and most famous athletes in the world. The filmmakers do not really discuss the selection process of the gymnasts. They just show them competing and then they make their case. It is not an informative documentary because there is no discussion of the selection process. I did not really care about who won the gold because I was too busy with the athletes and their lives. I really liked the film because I was able to see how well organized the gymnasts were, their schedules, their families, and how they fought for their dream. It was a good film because it was interesting to see and hear the actual stories of the women who participated in this film. It was a good documentary because it was the most comprehensive one I have ever seen.

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Samuel Hayes

It is about a school in China that offers scholarships for students who have been in the mountains for a year. The scholarship application is a form that has to be filled out by the student. It is a bit of a gamble. The students are from all over the country. The athletes are from all over the country. It is about their performance on the mountain and the story of the elite athlete who is the most qualified. I would recommend this for anyone interested in the mountain sports. This is a film that shows the consequences of a good education and the true meaning of education.

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Adam Jones

This is a documentary about the 1992 World Cup soccer championship, which we've all seen some times. But this one takes the tournament a step further, showing us the games from the perspective of the players, and the referee. It's a very interesting look at the cultural differences between the North and South Americans, and it will bring you some good laughs. If you like soccer, you should definitely watch this. I also recommend you to read some of the other reviews on IMDb, which contain some interesting facts about the tournament. For example, that in Mexico there are fewer teams than in the United States, and that the Mexican teams always take their time to score, whereas the Americans always score more than the average. And that the Americans always win in the semifinals, whereas the Mexican teams always lose in the finals. My opinion is that this movie is worth watching, and that it is even more entertaining than the 1991 World Cup! 7/10

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Patricia

It's all about the system, and how you can get around the system. Basically, it's about the insanity that exists in this country. You have to work at it, and eventually you'll be able to get by. The people who are so desperate to get the gold, are the same people that are so desperate to get the gold. It's a common enough trend. The eagle-huntress program is just one example of the insanity of the American Dream. That's a part of the film. The second part is about how bad the American Dream really is. It's not about the system, and it's not about gold. The system is just a tool to get us to work hard and try to accomplish things. But that system is also ridiculous. One example of the absurdity of the system is that it keeps one person from being able to be president, and another from being able to vote. That's because they're both members of the system. And that system gets in the way of one person from being able to have a voice. The system is not about gold, but about how easy it is to get your hands on it. And it's about how crazy and inhumane the system is. It's about how many of us, at some point, just give up and give up on the system. You can't let yourself out of it, and you can't break the chain.

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Gerald

This is a pretty good documentary. I'm a big fan of Michael Moore, and I am a big fan of skiing. The guy who is driving the cart used a pickup truck that is similar to a Blackhawk, which is the best trailer I have ever seen. It's not to be confused with the skiers' trailer used in the documentary, which is a different shape. I haven't seen the ski scenes, but there were lots of technical shots of the terrain and snow conditions. I think the guy who did the filming probably did a really good job, and I would like to see more of this kind of documentary. So, I think this is a good documentary.

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James S.

I enjoyed the film as it had a good story. The old skool look and feel of the film helped it's story. The only thing I was worried about was the visuals. The film looked great and was shot very well. I have to say though, I felt a bit off the mark with the pacing. There is so much information to be told, it felt like it dragged a little. The film was made for the full screen, it would have been nice if there was some really nice editing or something to help the pacing. It was a good film, but I think they could have done a little more. I recommend this film, but it's not really something I would buy on DVD.

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Brittany M.

This is the third documentary to focus on women athletes in various sports. It focuses on a female taekwondo competitor who participates in a female taekwondo competition, the gymnast who competes in the female wrestling event, and the cyclist who competes in the female cycling event. The goal of the documentary is to explore the personalities of the women athletes, including the motivation of their training, and the positive influence of their mentors. The documentary is well produced and well edited, and the interviewees are very informative and interesting. In addition, this is a must see for anyone who enjoys sports or the Olympic movement.

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Kevin C.

I've been watching a lot of documentaries recently, and the film Eagle Huntress reminded me of many of them. While most of the documentaries focus on sports, the subject of this film is "The Eagle Huntress", a women's skiing team. Although it is a fictional story, there is a deep connection between the story and reality. The story of the Eagle Huntress was really inspirational to me, and it's interesting that the team was founded by a real person, and not someone on the ski team who was actually a part of the team. I'm curious to see if this will be a documentary I will watch again in the future. Eagle Huntress is a good documentary for those who love sports, and for those who are interested in the sports story. It's a very special documentary for me because it was inspiring to see a female skier achieve something that is not usually possible in the ski world. I also liked the way the team worked together as a team and how they did things in a realistic way. Eagle Huntress is a very special movie for me, because it made me think about the sport I love, and made me feel good about skiing. If you have ever skied, or if you've ever watched a sports documentary, or if you are a skier, then Eagle Huntress is a must see for you. 7/10

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Albert

I really enjoyed this documentary, it gave me a lot of insight on the early days of MMA and the events that would lead to the sport of MMA. I'm not a very big fan of MMA and it was hard for me to see how the sport could get to where it is today. It wasn't like watching a documentary that focuses on one sport and paints the sport in a negative light. However, the documentary is very informative and makes you think and learn a lot about MMA. I would recommend this film to anyone interested in MMA and/or the sport of MMA.

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Judy Reed

I watched this video on the Internet, and I like this video. It's about the real life stories of two young athletes, who are involved in sports on the high altitude. They used to go to the big cities and train there. But because they are poor, they have to work on their own. They can't afford to go to the big cities. I think that the life of these athletes is a good thing, and we should support it. It is good to support people who are in poverty. I like the sport and I support the people who do sports, and also the people who have to work. I like it.

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Sandra Alvarez

I found this film extremely entertaining, but the underlying plot was a bit confusing. The film did a good job in explaining the origins of the sport, but the film could have been longer to explain more of the history of the sport and how it has developed since the early 1900s. The film seemed to go out of its way to get to the bottom of the sport, yet the documentary did not seem to have much to say about the sport. Overall, I enjoyed this film, but I do believe the film should have been longer in order to explain more about the sport and its evolution. The only thing that I did not like was the way they represented the women's volleyball team in the film. I think it would have been more interesting if the film had shown the women's volleyball team in the context of the men's volleyball team. Overall, I think this was a well-done documentary and I highly recommend it to people who enjoy sports documentaries.

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Dennis L.

If you've seen the movie, you've seen this movie. I saw this movie just because I loved the book and the movie just seemed like it would be an extension of that story. This movie was an extended version of the book, in fact, it's an adaptation of the story that's more of a story on steroids. I felt like the movie was pretty good, but it's more of a movie for fans of the book and I would suggest that you watch the movie first to understand the movie. If you haven't read the book, then go rent it. It's not a bad movie, it's just not a good one. The acting was good, but I didn't like the story, the movie, the direction, or the editing. If you've seen the movie, then you've seen the movie.

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Randy

The Eagle Huntress tells the story of an American Olympian's battle to regain the title of female ski jumper and become the first woman to do so. The film begins by showing a series of interviews with prominent people who helped put her on the map. The film then moves forward to reveal her triumph in the world championship in her country, and we learn of the emotional and physical toll of her training. Along the way, the film shows footage from her life on the slopes and from her recent competition in Skovardo, Switzerland. It is clear that the film will not give us an easy ride. The film is both powerful and touching. The one thing that I would have liked to have known more about is the story of the man who helped her win the title, but this is a film that tells us more than we need to know.

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Lawrence

A documentary that showed me a side of the ice hockey world that I didn't know existed. I loved this documentary because it was so informative and a pleasure to watch. If you haven't seen this one, I suggest you do.

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Nathan

When you think of the Olympic Games you think of the Germans, the Soviets, the Asians, and the Americans. However, there is one sport that is the United States Olympic team, and it's the one you wouldn't have guessed it from the opening ceremony. This documentary will give you a reason to see the Olympics, as it will give you the stories behind it. It starts off with the team from the University of Michigan, and then it goes on to the team from the University of Oklahoma, and eventually the one from North Carolina State University. The team will travel to Russia, where they will play their first games, and then they will travel to the United States to participate in the men's gymnastics. In the documentary, they discuss the background of their country, the hurdles they face to get to the top of the world, and what they need to do to get to the top. They will be placed in the "Olympic Team", a team that will give the United States the opportunity to represent them at the Olympics. Overall, this documentary was well-done. It was well-paced, it was interesting, and it gave a good insight into the Olympic Games, and the teams involved in the Olympics. The documentary is an interesting one, and it will help people to understand the background of the Olympic Games. If you have ever thought about going to the Olympics, this documentary will help you understand what the Olympics are and what it is like to go to the Olympics.

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Sandra

It is difficult to tell whether these guys really did what they were supposed to do, or if the bosses were playing favorites. I do not know how it is that the reviewer who described this as a film "with a lot of truth", also said that this is a "tour de force", and that the guys were "intimidating". The truth is, this is a boring documentary. There is very little substance, and very little of the grandeur that was a central part of the documentary in the first place. The film is more like a series of small stories, each one made up of dozens of random facts, or even random pictures, or even just pictures of people talking about what they had just seen. A real documentary, like the ones produced by the BBC, would be like a symphony, with more than one theme. Here, you see the same (or almost the same) themes, for example, about the history of women's athletics, or about the general attitude of the athletes. In the end, you get a story of the importance of the sport, and its place in the world. And the point of the documentary is to make a point of that, but it is an interesting one, and it is always a surprise to see what the people are really thinking. But it is a little sad to see how the docu-dramas that have been made about women's sports have not made as much impact on the public as they should have. It is still a hot topic, but women's sports are not as talked about in the media as they should be, and even that doesn't make much difference to the public. A good documentary should make the viewer question their own perspective, and how they view the world around them, and should give them a reason to pay attention. This documentary does that, but it is not great.

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Theresa Scott

How to see the Hollywood - and possibly the Olympic - scene in Spain. The film was made in 1990, so it is a bit outdated. But it was interesting. At the moment of the news, it was clear that in the last few years, Spanish culture has moved away from the exploitation and exploitation of young people. As a result, many older people will miss the last time they saw a movie with a background of a huge fight with drugs and corruption. So this film would have been a good start for young people to go back to that time. (The film was very well made, if you go for a big fight with the young fighters, you'll get more than you expect)

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Joseph Hart

I watched this movie after watching a movie I really liked called "5th Wall" starring James Franco, a master of comedy. After that I watched this movie and after seeing the 8 minute beginning of the movie I thought it was going to be another one of those movies about girls getting sent up the wall to a straight orgy. And then after the 8 minutes, and the rest of the movie, I thought, "Wait a minute, this looks like the beginning of a movie about girls who are sent up the wall. Wow, now that's a really good movie." I still don't think that it is a bad movie at all. I think it is a great movie, but I still think it is a little long. Maybe if the movie just started at 8 minutes, I would have been really impressed.