The story is well-crafted, following Will Reynolds, a former assassin trying to hide his past. Unfortunately for him, his past keeps cropping up and he is unable to escape it.
The imagery of this movie is wonderful! From carriages to Philadelphia, the movie is full of visually lavish scenes. The costumes as well are recreated in all their 1776 glory. For an analysis of one--controversial--costume, go here: http://defendingthelegacy.blogspot.com/2015/04/beyond-mask-charles-kemps-india-jacket.html
The movie is set in 1775-76 during the American Revolution. Benjamin Franklin, Independence Hall, smugglers, the East India Company, highwaymen, and George Washington all appear in the movie. While the story itself is fictitious, many of the details of 18th Century life are correct.
This movie is well-done and I would like it anyways, but I love it even more because I appear in it! If you are curious where I am, I am a rich man on the streets of Philadelphia in company with three other rich men. My coat is olive-green with gold waistcoat and breeches. I also worked on construction for this movie, contributing to a street of Philadelphia, a ship, a windmill, and other things.
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