Scott Marks noon, March 5
A seventeenth-century English mercenary embraces a nonviolent strain of Christianity after he learns that his bloody ways have earned him a reserved seat in hell. But his vows are tested when evil overruns his homeland. With James Purefoy, Pete Postlethwaite. 2009.
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