Watch at Home 03.08.2024

The Princess Warrior

Directed by S. Baasanjargal, Shuudertsetseg Baatarsuren
Omnibus Entertainment
86 Minutes
Action, Asian
Not Rated

Descended from Genghis Khan and skilled in all forms of military combat, Princess Khutulun (Tsedoo Munkhbat) is one of the fiercest warriors in the Mongol Empire. Despite her talents on the battlefield, Khutulun is still expected to marry, and her father, Kaidu Khan, arranges for a union with the prince of Pamir. But on the night when their emissaries meet, Kaidu is ambushed by an assassin sent by his sworn enemy Khubilai, and the Golden Sutra is stolen. Vowing revenge, Khutulun and her clan set out on an epic journey to retrieve the sacred text and restore peace to their homeland.

Director & Cast

  • Director: S. Baasanjargal
  • Director: Shuudertsetseg Baatarsuren
  • Starring: Tsedoo Munkhbat
  • Starring: Altantur Altanjargal
  • Starring: Setgeltuvshin Bayarbat
  • Starring: Tumurtogtokh Davaakhuu




  • "Directors S Baasanjargal and Shuudertsetseg Baatarsuren reclaim Khutulun in all her glory, finally doing justice to the woman who was perhaps the world’s most notable warrior princess."
    Jennie Kermode, Eye for Film
  • "The Princess Warrior is an exhilarating and engaging historical epic. [T]he cinematography, costume design, action, Khutulun’s arc, and acting — is top-tier and brilliantly handled."
    Bobby LePire, Film Threat
  • "It makes stunning use of Mongolia’s greatest asset, its natural landscape, and succeeds in condensing many aspects of Khutulun’s real story into a lively and entertaining actioner."
    Jennie Kermode, Eye For Film
  • "[D]riven with action and drama, and solid performances by Munkhbat and the cast...."
    Lee B. Golden III, Film Combat Syndicate
  • "Munkhbat gives a wonderful performance as the Princess Warrior. She is adept at bringing a range of emotion to a character that yearns to choose her own path in a patriarchal society."
    Rachel Willis, Columbus Underground