PG | | Biography, Drama, Romance
The mixed race daughter of a Royal Navy Admiral is raised by her aristocratic great-uncle in 18th century England.
In January 2013, the Writers Guild of America ruled that Misan Sagay would get sole writing credit. Publicly, no one with direct knowledge of the ruling has spoken out against that decision. According to information obtained by Entertainment Weekly, Amma Asante wrote a ... ...
Captain Sir John Lindsay:
How lovely she is. So much of her mother. Do not be afraid. I am here to take you to a good life. A life that you were born to. Here.
The character Oliver Ashford states he has a commission in the Royal Navy purchased for him. Impossible as commissions have never been sold in the RN, which at the time was the nearest thing to a meritocracy the world had seen. Grease a few palms to get him in as a midshipman? Maybe. As a captain, never. Fleet boards had to be sat, idiots weeded out. Commissions could be bought and sold in the cavalry and infantry but not, for instance, in the Royal Engineers. Soldiers could be lost to incompetence but not ships or bridges. Far too valuable.
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