Director: Marcell Jankovics
A combination of several folk tales from Hungary where the Son of the White Mare of the title quests to find his brothers and do battle with the three dragons who were freed from the underworld when the doors were unlocked.
Although it is a fantasy story it is different to many of the traditional stories in that the character designs are unique. I have recommended this movie to other artistic people and tattoo artists to watch for inspiration as I had never seen anything like it.
The “dragons” are not what you would expect and they are called that in the subtitles, I suspect they are not really that at all. One is a giant three-headed stone statue with hanging balls, the other is a eight-headed tank and the final one is a 12 headed skyscraper complex.
The powers of the main character are legendary as are his brothers with them punching mountains to rubble and picking up an entire mountain and turning it on its side like it is nothing. I was a bit disturbed they never put it back though.
I did like the part where each of the three brothers got lowered down in the cauldron to the underworld and meeting each of the wives in the castles.
There is so much to look at in this movie it is hard to get bored and you could watch it over and over and find new things each time. I am not sure of the availability of this film on DVD. But it is on Youtube in bits if you are so inclined.