Van Diemen's Land

Synopsis: The true story of Alexander Pearce, Australia's most notorious convict. In 1822, Pearce and seven fellow convicts escaped from Macquarie Harbour, a place of ultra banishment and punishment, only to find a world less forgiving.. the Australian wilderness. Abandon all hope you who enter.
  2 wins & 1 nomination.
 
IMDB:
6.0
Rotten Tomatoes:
80%
NOT RATED
Year:
2009
104 min
31 Views


in the other direction.

Good. Come on.

Mathers:
You might not see it in me,

but I'm quite the ladies' man

in Hobart Town.

Dalton:
Are you just?

When you consider

the odds stacked against us.

Not one complaint, I'll have you know.

Dalton:
Is that right?

I've found, in my time,

that rubbing the flesh above the hole

has a powerful effect on all women

and brings a strong wetness

like an ocean.

Useless English bastard.

What did you fucking say?

You alright?

Bleeding Irish scum.

Cooee!

- Quiet!

Where to now, Captain?

At least we'll never be far

from the harbour.

Little Brown.

You right, Ned?

Is it cold?

Aye, it's fucking cold.

Bodenham:
Little Brown!

Swear to Christ!

Hey! You leave him be there!

I won't be hanged

on the account of an old lag.

Swimming, is it, lads?

Are you coming in, William?

Look out, Dalton! There's

a great big snake in front of you!

Don't you worry about this one!

It's the wee little fella back there

that concerns me!

He may be small

but his bite is dangerous.

Kennerly:
In my fair opinion, lads,

this spring is even better

than the last.

Dalton:
That is the very truth itself,

William Kennerly!

It is a fine spring!

And better than the last, eh, Pearce?

Aye, Mr Dalton,

and...even...better

than the one before that!

Bodenham:
You bog trotters

are all mad.

Kennerly:
Oh!

Jesus' mother, Mary of God. Joseph.

All the heavenly host.

F*ck the cunt of it.

Upon my soul, lads,

what a beautiful day!

The sun is shining!

We have our liberty!

Ah! Christ, what a land this is!

Hey! Kennerly!

Free Ireland! Free Ireland!

Kennerly:
I'm right behind you!

Dalton:
Use your muscles, man!

Use your muscles!

Kennerly:
And the door

would fling open,

and there she was, standing there

with her wee little dugs

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