A Virginia family becomes divided on the brink of the American Civil War.A Virginia family becomes divided on the brink of the American Civil War.A Virginia family becomes divided on the brink of the American Civil War.
- Robert Sumner
- (as Christopher O'Shea)
Appalling quality Southern apologia.
Why is everyone calling this a show? Anyway I'm glad it never took off. Australian accent, daytime TV camera quality and poor acting aside, this is just straight up apologia for the South and its ridiculous view of itself. Yes they owned slaves but they knew it was wrong! Thomas Jefferson did too, despite not bothering to free his own children in his will (knew it was wrong though), look how noble whitey is descending down freein' the slaves to "Amazing Grace" after the sisters pitched a fit about it but were magically immediately converted because of their genetic nobility no doubt. Despite the believable actions the protagonist John freeing the slaves /s he nevertheless quit West Point to fight for the Confederacy because reasons. Because HONOR, damnit. Compelled not just to fight, but to raise his own rabble regiment out of the extremely racist PoS that were previously plotting to kill his sisters over the rumour of some freed slaves! Such was John's nobility. Because that nasty West Point General was going to attack Virginia and burn it all down! All because of a little thing like owning human beings. John was just like the noble DEFINITELY knew that slavery was wrong hero, Robert E. Lee! Who definitely wasn't a slave-owning traitor who enslaved free black men from the North to fight for the South *wink*! What was he supposed to do? Support the humanists and the actual United States? Lol no. Honor (whispers loudly: and slavery).
- Jul 7, 2022
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