How much of the film "The New World" hew to reality? By Mitch E. Perry
Ã¢â¬ÅThe New WorldÃ¢â¬? is only film Director Terence MalickÃ¢â¬â¢s 4th feature film, and his first in 7 years, since his World War II film, Ã¢â¬ÅA Thin Red LineÃ¢â¬?.
The film is about British explorer John Smith coming to America, the banks of the James River in Virginia in 1607, and establishing Jamestown- the first permanent English settlement in the AmericaÃ¢â¬â¢s.
Events are starting later this year for the quadi-centennial of Jamestown and AmericaÃ¢â¬â¢s 400th Anniversary.
Historian David Price wrote the book Ã¢â¬ÅLove and Hate in JamestownÃ¢â¬?, and has written about the Jamestown colony for many years for National Geographic Online, and the Encyclopedia Britannica.
WMNF spoke to him this week, and asked him how close Terence MalickÃ¢â¬â¢s film, starring Colin Farrell and playing in movie theatres throughout the Tampa Bay Area, comes to the reality Ã¢â¬â such as the beginning , which shows an a soft peace between the English and Native Americans when they arrive in 1607? (roll tape#1 o.q.Ã¢â¬?have any survival skillsÃ¢â¬?)
ThatÃ¢â¬â¢s historian David A. Price, speaking about Jamestown, Virginia, and its depiction in the new theatrical film, Ã¢â¬ÅThe Lost WorldÃ¢â¬?, directed by Terence Malick. .comments powered by Disqus