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Big screen classics

The New World

A visually extraordinary reworking of the Pocahontas story, Malick’s masterpiece is a meditation on love, life and paradises lost and found.

Image from The New World

USA 2005
Dir Terrence Malick
With Q’orianka Kilcher, Colin Farrell, Christian Bale, Christopher Plummer
135min
Digital
Certificate 12A

Terrence Malick’s visually lustrous reworking of the Pocahontas story centres on the relationships between a Powhatan princess (Kilcher, remarkable) and, first, a British naval officer captured by her tribe in the 1600s and, later, an English settler. Seamlessly blending history, ethnography, romance and philosophical musings on love, life and the natural world, the film suggests paradise is not so much a place as a rapturous state of being.

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