The Young Black Stallion

Synopsis: A prequel to the 1979 classic The Black Stallion--a family drama that presents the horse's adventures with a young girl named Neera, who has been separated from her father in Arabia by WWII. Left alone in the desert, she befriends the wild colt whom she names Shetan. Once reunited with her father, however, Neera remains haunted by the images of the lost horse in the desert--one of a few stallions of legend, rumored to be born of the sands, sired by the night sky, drinkers of the wind.
Director(s): Simon Wincer
Production: Buena Vista Pictures
  1 nomination.
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99 min

Your reputation grows

along with your herd.

I hear Mansoor caught

your silver mare Jinah.

They say he couldn't catch

the black foal that ran beside her.

Perhaps it stumbled

into the secret valley.

You should have kept her.

You would have had a chance.

Instead you have what? That one?

Do the hopes of the great Ben Ishak

rest with your plough horse?

Stop being a hermit, old man.

Come to next year's races.

See Kazeer win again

for the tribe of Rhamon.

See you there, huh?

Ma salaama.


Did you hear what he said?

It's got to be him.

My colt. He's Jinah's son.

It's gossip, Neera. Rumours.

If we find him, we can start all over.

We can raise a new herd.

We'll have horses again,

just like before.

Listen to you.

Such big plans.

You remind me of your mother -

brave, fearless. She loved her horses.

She could see

right into their hearts.

She rode like she was born to it.

Better than most of the men.

Come on. Good boy.

Good boy.

Ben Ishak! Ben Ishak!

It's Neera!

She's back, but she's not alone.

She's... Come quickly!

Come on! Hurry.

Neera! What are you doing?

-Have you gone mad?

-It's him, Grandpa.

He's not a dream. He's real.

And he's fast. Did you see?

-You could have been hurt.

-No, he wouldn't hurt me.

His heart is full of fire, Neera.

Like the devil, Shetan.

Whoa. Easy, now.

He can beat Kazeer, Grandpa.

I know it. He can win.

He really can.

Even if he's as good as you think, even

half as good, the festival's almost here.

There's no time to train,

there's no jockey, there is nothing.

I can ride him. He listens to me,

and he'll do it if I ask him.

He's raw. He's wild.

And you, you're just a child, a girl.

-But that's not fair.

-You know how dangerous this course is?

I refuse to lose anyone else.

So don't even think about it, understand?

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