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The story of a woman who must find her kidnapped son, navigating a world she doesn't know, on the edge of danger with every heartbeat.

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Niall Johnson

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Emily Corcoran (story and screenplay), Emily Corcoran (story) | 3 more credits »
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Credited cast:
Alice Eve ... Charlotte Lockton
Graham McTavish ... Bully
Jack Davenport ... Joshua McCullen
Richard O'Brien ... Mr. Russell
Cohen Holloway ... Hunter
Gillian MacGregor ... Heather
Glen Levy ... Bandit
Mikaela Rüegg ... Flamenco
Stig Eldred ... Klaus
Stan Walker ... Matai
Grayson Hunt Urwin Grayson Hunt Urwin ... Young Maori Wife
Lukas Hinch ... David Lockton
Emily Corcoran ... Honey
Joanna Prendergast ... French Washer Woman
William DuFresne William DuFresne ... Mr. Russell's Helper (as William Petty)
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Charlotte Lockton, a wealthy, upper class, English immigrant, chooses to forgo all of her home luxuries to find her kidnapped baby son. She navigates her way through the unruly and wild world of the gold rush in 1860's New Zealand, finding unlikely friendship amongst the hustlers, whores, Maori Warriors and Chinese Miners. But in the end, she must face the man who took the boy - and become the woman she never thought she'd be. Written by Anonymous

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Chinese | English | Maori | French

Release Date:

23 November 2017 (New Zealand) See more »

Also Known As:

The Stolen See more »

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$4,000,000 (estimated)
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[first lines]
Charlotte Lockton: Last night I dreamt I could shoot like you.
David Lockton: That's why we're here. It's a good skill to have.
Charlotte Lockton: [struggling] It's just so heavy. Sorry.
David Lockton: They're making them lighter now. I'll get one for you.
[getting behind her as she aims]
David Lockton: Now... Squeeze the trigger. Just squeeze it, Charlotte.
Charlotte Lockton: I am.
David Lockton: You're going to have to squeeze it harder.
Charlotte Lockton: But I'm squeezing it.
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Performed by Sony Music Recording Artist Stan Walker
Written by Stan Walker and Inoke Finau
Sony/ATV Music Publishing (Australia) Pty Ltd / Control
Licensed courtesy of Sony Music Entertainment New Zealand
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Enchanting!
26 December 2017 | by jsfairhurstSee all my reviews

I bought this as I know little of NZ - other than my niece is currently spending Christmas there. I was very pleasantly surprised. Contrary to the very negative review (from Anastuna) that I have only just read, I found the film very very watchable. The costumes and the period seem convincingly portrayed, the acting sure-footed and Ms Eve, especially, does an excellent job.

The script does jump a little and the viewer must surmise some of the (obvious) continuity - but this is a minor objection to what all my family agreed was an extremely good film.


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