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    • To help create some of the horse-mounted stunt sequences, Bodrov called upon seasoned stuntmen from Kazakhstan and Kyrgyzstan, whom he was familiar with from the production of Nomad.Mongol (film)-Wikipedia
    • In 2005, KazakhFilm launched its first big production, Nomad, which involved investments in technology and talent amounting to $37 million.Kazakhfilm-Wikipedia
    • Nomad: The Warriors (2005), with its international crew and cast, was an officially supported attempt to bring a film based on an exploits of Kazakh warriors of the 18th century onto international screens.Cinema of Kazakhstan-Wikipedia
    • In 2004 he spent 3 months in Kazakhstan building a mechanical horse for the historical epic Nomad, the Warrior.Bruce Larsen-Wikipedia

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