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Captain Newport (Character)
from The New World (2005)

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The New World -- US Home Video Trailer from New Line Cinema
The New World -- A Terrence Malick-scripted drama about explorer John Smith and the clash between Native Americans and English settlers in the 17th century.

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From The New World (2005)
Newport's Assistant: You're not ignorant to the heavy displeasure which almighty God conceived against the sons of Levi and Israel for marrying strange wives?
John Rolfe: No.
Newport's Assistant: Would you do anything necessary to bring this about?
John Rolfe: Yes.
Newport's Assistant: Would you write a petition explaining, as the wealthiest Planter in Virginia, the benefit this would offer the cause?
John Rolfe: [Thinking] The governor requires of me a letter stating acceptable reasons for our union.
Newport's Assistant: Could you state your hope that this might be the beginning of the great work of converting the Naturals? That this idea came to you in no way through any carnal affection, but for the good of the plantation, for the honor of your country? And your own soul, humiliated, saving an unbelieving creature and moving you and your general assembly to a new generation?
John Rolfe: [Thinking] And yet she does not touch me.
Newport's Assistant: If this be not your true intent, would you do that?
John Rolfe: Yes.
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