The film “Five Fingers of the Hand” was made in 1983, more than 30 years ago, but the story of the film still touches on the sensitive issues of Mongolian families today. There are many well-known people in Mongolia who have repeated the actual events of the movie in their lives.
In particular, as seen in the film, there are many examples of a young man leaving his wife and five children to start a new life with a young woman, but in the end, his life was filled with regret, reproach, and criticism, and the mistakes of his youth became a lifelong pain. One of them is Governor G. Rawdan.
– There was a lot of news about you in the tabloids. Oh, that Ravdan is sitting with an 18-year-old girl. Boy, Ravdan is living in a student residence. Then, she said that she had lost another husband. That’s okay. He said that the country will give all the money to the other.
But he is talking about the 18th…? -18 is a lie.
– Why are you so angry? You know. Who knows where fate will turn and who will meet?
– Maybe he wrote like that because he is younger than me. I didn’t find it and read it. Well, it’s true that I recently got married to someone much younger than me. A life of hit and miss. I don’t know if it’s a mistake or a point.
Just trying to live. It’s a mistake, I didn’t hang my head thinking it was a bad mistake either. If I broke up with my wife with five children, I would be tormented and tormented like this until today. That’s the only thing that I carry with me.
– Your children have forgiven you, right? – That is their business. Don’t necessarily forgive. What is it? Maybe they will understand and ponder on their own. I don’t think that they will understand and justify me.
-Is it such a big event that you want to change your whole life? In life, I sometimes think of the same thing. However, it’s not like I’m going to finish it and throw it away. I just generally think like that. Satisfied. Enough. Now there is no need to judge yourself or the room too much.