At the height of WWII and ten years after their union in Matlock Island, Father Ralph reunites with Meggie who faces a deep crisis. Now, he must make up his mind, as the burden of choice is insufferable. Will he risk it all for love?
Kevin James Dobson
In the arid 1920s Australian Outback, a Catholic priest and the beautiful granddaughter of a vast sheep station owner stand powerless before God's will, tormented by desire. How far are they willing to go in the name of love?
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James Carroll Jordan
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In the 16th Century, a Dutch ship sails the Pacific from the Americas in order to escape the Spanish. Blackthorn is the pilot of the ship and the first to realize the possibilities of Japan. Japan is a feudal society which has a strong presence of the Portugese. A struggle is in the final stages for who will be the Shogun, the leader who, under the emperor, governs the land. Toranaga sees in Blackthorn things he can use to at least survive the struggle to come, and if both play their hands correctly, become Shogun.Written by
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Based on the life of William Adams, I have used this movie in my teaching so that my students can get an image of what they are reading and hearing about. The photography is fantastic and the performances are excellent. John Rhys-Davies is stellar and I cannot picture Blackthorne in any other way other than Chamberlain. The information is historically accurate and follows the book very closely, as expected with the author as exec. producer. The movie leaves you with a good feel of the beginning of the Tokugawa Shogunate, the political intrigues of Feudal Japan as well as the Catholic church. You will leave this series feeling satisfied and educated.
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