This film shows the importance of the excreta of Mongolian cattle for the nature and household utilities. The Mongols nomadic lifestyle is all about how nomads adapted to the nature and environment over the years in extreme climate conditions. Nomadic life makes the herders move from one place to another during the four seasons of the year in order to find the most fertile and highly nutritious grass for their livestock. The herders make a fire from the dried dung of their animal. The fuel is called "ARGAL". It has a high level of heating, and its smoke has the amazing features that destroy bacteria, viruses, fungi and mold in the air.
Directed By: Densmaa Tsevelmaa
Starring: Batsukh Ts., Tsegmid V., Odbayar B.
Film Festivals & Awards:
・International Film Festival Tonneins, France
・Sharm El-Sheikh Asian Film Festival (SAFF)
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