New Amsterdam (2008)
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A Dutch soldier in the 1600's saves the life of a native woman and is granted the power of eternal youth in return. In the 2000's he is a police detective in New York City, and after 400 years, knows just about everything about the way the criminal mind works.
In the 1600's the Dutch take over Manhattan island and during a massacre of native people, John Amsterdam (as he becomes known) saves the life of a woman, being wounded in the act. The woman uses her power as a shaman to heal him, and also imparts on him the power of eternal youth and immortality - at least until he meets his true love and becomes wed to her. At this point he will age normally and die eventually. In modern New York, John is a police detective who has a few people close to him that know his secret (old friends, literally) and tends to run into people who think they remember him from their own past.
A New York homicide detective is cursed with immortality.
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