An End to Killing (2013)
The opening arrow on a map shows the enormous expanse of territory Genghis Khan's soldiers conquered, stretching from Mongolia all the way to Afghanistan. Based on real historical events, the film tells the story of the legendary figure Qiu Chuji, a Taoist priest of Quanzhen Sect of Jin dynasty, who and his disciple traveled for two years to meet in the Khan's camp. Qiu's long journey is intercut with the Khan's battles, his fierce warriors riding across the plain and laying fiery siege to city walls. Qiu persuaded Genghis Khan of stopping killing innocent people and to return Mongolia where he came from. Eventually Khan was impressed by Qiu Chuji's Taoist doctrines and withdrew his troops.