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Jack Irish: The Movies

Jack Irish: The Movies

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Price: €22.75

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This singular vision of early seventeenth-century America from Terrence Malick is a work of astounding elemental beauty, a poetic meditation on nature, violence, love, and civilization. It re-imagines the apocryphal story of the meeting of British explorer John Smith (Colin Farrell) and Powhatan native Pocahontas (Q'orianka Kilcher, in a revelatory performance) as a romantic idyll between spiritual equals, then follows Pocahontas through her marriage to John Rolfe (Christian Bale) and her life in England. With art director Jack Fisk's raw re-creation of the Jamestown colony, Emmanuel Lubezki's marvelous, naturally lit cinematography, and James Horner's soaring musical score, The New World is a film of uncommon power and technical splendor, one that shows Malick at the height of his visual and philosophical powers.

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Title: Jack Irish: The Movies
Genre: TV Crime
Starring: Guy Pearce, Marta Dusseldorp
Director: Jeffrey Walker
Studio: Acorn Media
Release Date: 26/07/2016
Media Format: Blu-ray
Rated: NR
UPC: 054961249497
Original Language: ENG
Subtitles: ENG
Run Time: 289 minutes
Year of Release: 2012

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