New Worlds (2014)

Director
Charles Martin

Main cast
Pip Carter; Joe Dempsie; Jamie Dornan; Alice Englert; Freya Mavor

Genres
Drama, History

Description
The 1680s bring a new king, Restoration and more tyranny. In Massachusetts, a robber's son falls for an anti-monarchist. In England, young lady falls for an outlaw.


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