Brick-House: FTFABut they did NOT fall in love. They never even dated. They never even held hands. There was no romantic relationship whatsoever between the two of them. There is no historical evidence from anyone, Native-American, White-Man, or otherwise, to even suggest this possibility. How can we be so certain that they didn't sneak off and have some secret romance? The girl was ELEVEN years old in real life, for Christ's sake. John Smith went back to England to write about his little summer in America, and he didn't even mention the girl.OK, if you just farked an 11 year old girl while spending your summer abroad, would you write about it?
fozziewazzi: Forget the historical inaccuracy. This movie carries on the Hollywood tradition that the story must be about a foreign woman who falls for the white American male. Would the movie have worked with a white woman falling for an Indian man?
Counter_Intelligent: Who cares? Jasmine was way hotter.
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