On the journey home to England, where Mary and her two surviving escapees are imprisoned once again, she loses both of her children to shipboard diseases. An emotional Mary lets go of her son and daughter, dropping them into the open sea, as she says farewell to the rest of her family.
Mary (Romola Garai) is starving and steals food from a lady on a picnic. She is transported to the penal colony of Botany Bay in Australia along with other petty criminals like Will Bryant (Alex O'Loughlin). Idealistic Lt Ralph Clarke (Jack Davenport) takes pity on Mary and takes care of her.
The Incredible Journey of Mary Bryant. This true-life epic tells of an extraordinary young woman and her fight for the freedom and dignity of her family in the penal colony of Botany Bay, on the open seas of the Pacific Ocean, in the fine homes of Timor, and in the courts of Georgian England.
A true epic of an extraordinary young woman and her fight for the freedom and dignity of her young family in the penal colony of Botany Bay, on the open seas of the Pacific Ocean, in the fine homes of Timor and in the courts of Georgian England. Starring. Sam Neill, Romola Garai, Jack Davenport.
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Seventeen-year-old Mary Broad, attempting to feed her family, is caught robbing a well-to-do woman on the Kings highway. Mary's sentence reflects the latest English experiment in trying to control the burgeoning criminal class - she's transported to the new penal colony in New South Wales.
The Incredible Journey of Mary Bryant is a two-part TV movie that tells the true story of the titular Bryant, a young Cornish woman who was found guilty of stealing a bonnet and some food and sentenced to transportation to Botany Bay penal colony in Australia.