Heartland review: "The Eagle Hunter's Son" 

A coming-of-age story, The Eagle Hunter's Son follows young Bazarbai as he treks, eagle in hand, across Mongolia's Atlai Mountains in search of his older brother. As he bonds with the eagle, his spirits lift higher and higher - right into adulthood. The small-scale story, rich with tender performances, is set in a huge, breathtaking landscape, one that must be seen on the big screen. The Eagle Hunter's Son may be an independent film from a newbie director (Rene Bo Hansen), but it plays out like an elegant Hollywood epic. Grand Prize nominee. 85 minutes.

For more info: www.heartlandfilmfestival.com

Around the Web


Subscribe to this thread:

Add a comment

This Week's Flyers

About The Author

Sam Watermeier

Today's Best Bets | All of today's events

Around the Web

All contents copyright © 2016 NUVO Inc.
3951 N. Meridian St., Suite 200, Indianapolis, IN 46208
Website powered by Foundation