It's difficult for me to find a good movie these days so I felt like found a new favorite lunch spot when I netflixed this last night. Long story short, Set in the frozen steppes of Mongolia, Khadak tells the epic story of Bagi, a young nomad confronted with his destiny to become a shaman. A plague strikes the animals and the nomads are forcibly relocated to desolated mining towns. Bagi saves the life of a beautiful coal thief, Zolzaya, and together they reveal the plague was a lie fabricated to eradicate nomadism. A sublime revolution ensues.
I dig the dialogue-less style which I thought similar to Béla Tarr's style.