Storm Over Asia

Storm Over Asia

In 1918 a young and simple Mongol herdsman and trapper is cheated out of a valuable fox fur by a European capitalist fur trader. Ostracized from the trading post, he escapes to the hills after brawling with the trader who cheated him. In 1920 he becomes a Soviet partisan, and helps the partisans fight for the Soviets against the occupying British army. However he is captured by the British when they try to requisition cattle from the herdsmen at the same time as the commandant meets with a reincarnated Grand Lama. After the trapper is shot, the army discovers an amulet that suggests he is a direct descendant of Genghis Khan. They find him still alive, so the army restores his health and plans to use him as the head of a puppet regime. The trapper is thus thrust into prominence as he is placed in charge of the puppet government. By the end, however, the "puppet" turns against his masters in an outburst of fury.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:82 minutes
  • Release:1928
  • Language:Russian
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:escape,   king,   horse,  

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Andrew L (ca) wrote: A boring, expositional film with barely any plot that only serves to set up sequels, that is if a sequel is even possible. Overall, this movie is a waste of your time.

Mike P (ca) wrote: Well, no more Police Story for you.

James J (it) wrote: Not a bad movie if you have nothing else to do.

Eleanor O (gb) wrote: This is completely crazy, but fun if that's what you're in the mood for. The Japanese seem to have a very strange view of Catholicism too.

Linda H (ru) wrote: Paprika er hyle morsom i den her tragikomiske film - elsker den!

Zbigniew Z (br) wrote: (spoiler alert) gunman shoots a politician, politician ends up in surgery, gunman appears again and discharges an entire round into the surgeons but fails to put even one into the targeted politician. That was enough to put me off the movie; that and the poor acting on behalf of half the cast. Porting this series to a movie just didn't work.

Frank R (jp) wrote: Breathtaking, heart-rending, beautiful. Rare is a film that is a long soliloquy to beauty all the while death in the form of suicide is a song's accompaniment, and as we learn, a prelude if not a metaphor to such great horror as Facism's march, here a divine restaurant in Hungary and occasion for a world by turns right and upside-down, a long march of horror and an exquisite organization of love in the midst of things. The actors are sublime, the music a melody, the lot a leitmotif, a familiar story told in a way so new that it would seem found and from a lost archive. Touching and dear, stunningly acted, and serene despite it all. Beautiful.

Arpit J (ca) wrote: If Dr. Strangelove brought social satire into the mainstream, Citizen Kane pioneered political consciousness, Roshomon deconstructed the myth of authentic observation, Dekalog tweaked social mores, One flew over a cuckoo's nest overturned insanity on its head, and Kill Bill celebrated the aesthetics of gut-spilling revenge, then there exists ONLY ONE hindi movie that pays tribute to all these traditions without compromising on the inheritance of a typically Indian narration.Needless to say, Gunda discards several of the rules, conventions and concessions to tastefulness that plague many Hindi films. The characters speak in rhyming couplets, laden with double entendre for around 99% of the film.Mithun Da plays a coolie equally at home on airport runways and docks, where he has frequent run-ins with the villains as they take their pet leopard for a stroll or organise fighting contests. It is high on absurdity and the surreal ?? in a particularly a memorable fight sequence, Mithun wreaks havoc in a brothel, pile-driving thugs through coir khathiyas (cots) that are suspended at various levels, several feet above ground.Let me give u a sampler of it's dialogues:??KASAM hai mujhe us dhuen ki jo meri behan ki chita se uthne wala hai ...????... gundagardi mein taine bahut naam kamaya ... waise to tu nata par naam hai tera lamboo aata...????Bulla tune lambu aata ko maut ke tawe mein sek diya aur uski laash ko worli ke gutter mei phek diya ???Consider reading this review as a rare connoisseur to connoisseur moment, one that??s almost impossible to explain in words & needs to be experienced.Go, get a copy of this masterpiece from your shady neighborhood CD/VHS shop owner now!This film has my highest recommendations.

Private U (nl) wrote: A great Michael Caine film, shame no one ever saw it!

Jessie P (fr) wrote: Cheesy in some parts but overall a good action movie.

Jeff B (de) wrote: Absolutely terrible. The "comic" duo Ritz Brothers and a past-her-prime Yvonne de Carlo are featured more than the pretty ladies. And, to top it off, this is a western. Yes, you heard right...

Ashvery T (au) wrote: mere samne wali khidmein....

Tim S (kr) wrote: Seen by most as a lesser work, Fritz Lang's Ministry of Fear, in many ways, gives Alfred Hitchcock's paranoiac thrillers a run for their money. The story of a man caught up in a Nazi conspiracy, the film keeps you guessing and leaves a trail of questions all the way up until the end. Despite the film containing too many plot elements and sometimes a mix of tones, I found myself compelled by it, particularly in the second and third acts. The film takes a little bit of time to get going, but after seeing it all the way through, you find yourself re-evaluating the first half of the film. The film features a great performance from Ray Milland, who is one of my favorite actors of the era. His noir-ish touch on the film is just what it is needed for us to get in on this conspiracy. The other actors in the film do good work too and Lang's visual storytelling is on fine display. The film may not garner the amount of attention that some of Lang's other work does, but it's certainly not to be overlooked.

Greg W (it) wrote: john ford + hepburn=must see bio-pic

ray r (fr) wrote: They should change the name of this movie from Baggage Claim to Bag of Shit. What a fucking terrible movie. The lead female character in it is the most annoying fucktard in the World. Constantly whinging about how she is single. "oh Im soo pretty" "why am I still single" "oh my diamond shoes are too tight" waah waaaah Get over it you fucking knobface, try having face cancer for a week and then come back and whinge about been single you spastic and also why are all the female characters in this movie basically horndogs on heat especially the fat one with the humongous baps !!! She is one step away from rubbing herself off the furniture in the scenes. All the male characters are fucking arrogant gobshites too.. Seriously no children (especially girls) should be allowed to watch this movie in case they think its ok to grow up and become a giant douchebag. Also this movie was described as a comedy ???? WTF when was it meant to be funny??? WHEN???? The only way this movie wouldve been good wouldve been if in the first scene when theyre on the plane that the plane suddenly got hijacked and the hijackers stabbed the lead character in the neck and shot the fat whorey girl and then flew the plane into a building with all the other characters in it.... The actress is so fuckin annoying and she is so so shit at acting -she has lovely tits though- and all the other actors are fucking crap too although everyone has lovely teeth... Anyway its embarrassing how fucking terrible this movie is and I cant believe 50% of the audience like it.... They must be fucking retards.

Aki F (ca) wrote: unique settings and action sequenceshard to make out the dialogue sometimeswpuld like to see a sequel!!!

Graydon B (es) wrote: A pretty good sequel, a little boring at points, but not bad and definetly one of the better outings of SpongeBob since Season 6

Honey B (ca) wrote: plsssssssssssss..............