根据第一批澳洲移民Mary Bryant的真实故事改编，由澳洲一电视台改编成mini series上下两集。Romola Garai主演。
Clarke: You have no idea who I am. Clarke:
Wilfulness is the root of all sin. Each of us has a daily battle to rein ourselves in, and you - you were the test I failed, twice.
Mary Bryant: Courage killed the one man I loved, and then it took my children. And now it will finish us off. Clarke: All of these? An army couldn't have eaten and drunk this much! Ambassador's wife: They had very healthy appetites. Clarke: And these? You gave note of credit for a brothel? Ambassador's wife: From our limited knowledge of English ways. Admittedly many gossip about your royal family and members of parliament... we understood that the brothel was very much a part of the daily rounds. Will: They said we'd never see the sun down here, but there you are. Will: I won't be jumped! Will: Still thinking of your lieutenant? Mary Bryant: There is, and always has been, only one man for me. Will: I could never leave that boy behind, no more than I can sleep with Ralph Clarke, but we've got this far because you could. They all know it, but none of them can say it. Mary Bryant: We got this far because you sailed us here. Governor Arthur Phillip: Nearest civilization, Timor - three or four thousand miles away. They'd have to negotiate reefs, plus twelve-hundred miles of open sea. And with the burden of carrying a woman, and children, no - even if they survive the sea, they'll never survive each other. Clarke: Who are you being loyal to? Mary Bryant? She left you on that beach to die, do you think she'd die for you? She'd never even think of it! Sam: I wouldn't want her to. Will: I don't know that I can get us across. Mary Bryant: Of course you don't, it's a risk, but you've gone from Cornwall across to Spain - the same distance, you said it yourself, and you'll be the one to get us to Timor. Will: I didn't exactly do that - sail across to Spain, I didn't exactly do that. I can read a chart better than a book, I can hug a coastline, feel a boat around rocks, but I've never taken a boat outside of land in my life, and I don't intend to now. Listen to it, it's our last stroke of luck and its telling us to stay here. Mary Bryant: Then why did you say...? Will: Don't you know me by now? Mary Bryant: Well, look at you, Mr. John Parker - I went and married the perfect gentlemen. Will: And I went and married a real pistol! Mary Bryant: God, I can't get used to it, not seen myself in a mirror for four years. Will: You've been through a lot, it's taken its toll. Will: You'd be better off here. Marry a Dutchman, God knows you've got enough of them lying around at you're feet. No witnesses, no paper... we were blessed by a fool on a beach, wasn't legal outside the colony... you're free. Mary Bryant:
I've never thought of myself as being anything other than free, ever.