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Period and Historical
Maybe you've seen Disney's Pocahontas - if you have, then this haunting film from acclaimed director Terrence Malick is about as different a take on the same story as you could imagine. The New World is a powerful and stunning-looking film about an early English settlement in North America, and the confusing first encounters between the newcomers and the Native Americans. But it is also the story of a strange journey in the other direction - with the Native American girl Pocahontas being brought to bustling 17th-century London.
A tale of compassion and violence set in the 18th century as Jesuit priests fight to protect the territory of amazonian natives.
11+ years 120 mins
Animated Disney version of the classic Pocahontas tale, which sees a British explorer fall in love with a Native American chief's daughter.
5–11 years 78 mins
Hawkeye, a white man raised by Mohicans, struggles to stay alive in this drama about the 18th-century battles between Native Americans and colonisers.
14+ years 107 mins
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