Top 10 awesome movies like Finding Mary March that you will enjoy watching

You just finished watching Finding Mary March and you can't get over how good this movie was. Now you want to watch more of such masterpieces. We have curated a list of similar movies which are created by the likes of Ken Pittman, Rick Boland and John Budden . Here goes the list -

  1. Don't Burn
  2. The Shoe
  3. Flame in the Wind
  4. The Twisted Tale of Bloody Mary
  5. Rome '78
  6. First Fruits
  7. The Ballad of Frankie Silver
  8. Secret Nation
  9. Wild Goose Lodge
  10. Children of the Struggle
  1. Don't Burn

    Don't Burn

    In the spring of 2005, an old mother living in Hanoi receives a diary. The diary carries the notes of a young woman doctor who worked at a national liberation front hospital for two years starting in 1968 until her death. The diary was first discovered by a US military officer, who kept it for 35 years. The diary was then published in Vietnam and caused a sensation. The long moving journey linking Vietnam with the US is depicted through a true story adapted by Dan Nyat Minh, one of Vietnam's top film directors.

    This movie, created by Dang Nhat Minh, Minh Huong and Tina Duong, scores 7.5 on IMDb.

    Genres - History | Drama

  2. The Shoe

    The Shoe

    This anthology film traces one pair of silver shoes from present day back to the 1930s, when they were made.

    This movie, created by Dan Steadman, Cody Heuer and Chris Murphy, scores 7.2 on IMDb.

    Genres - History | Drama

  3. Flame in the Wind

    Flame in the Wind

    This movie, created by Katherine Stenholm, David Hewson and Bob Jones III, scores 7.3 on IMDb.

    Genres - History | Drama

  4. The Twisted Tale of Bloody Mary

    The Twisted Tale of Bloody Mary

    She was loved, she was a princess, heir to the throne - but the childhood fairytale turned to lifelong nightmare for Mary Tudor, Henry VIII's first child. When Henry divorced her mother and married Anne Boleyn, Mary became an outcast and a threat to the Protestant succession. By a twist of fate, on the death of her brother, she became queen at last in 1553, but her attempts to make England Catholic again were a disaster for her and the country. History has called her "Bloody Mary" for the burning of the Protestants, but how fair is this? This film paints another picture, of a woman true to her beliefs, pushed towards a terrible psychological disintegration.

    This movie, created by Chris Barnard, Miranda French and Catherine Scovell, scores 6.3 on IMDb.

    Genres - History | Drama

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  5. Rome '78

    Rome '78

    In a mock Rome (shot in neo-classic buildings), characters dressed in makeshift costumes, live a Roman life, with political intrigue, flirting and dyonisiac dances.

    This movie, created by James Nares, David McDermott and Eric Mitchell, scores 6.2 on IMDb.

    Genres - History | Drama

  6. First Fruits

    First Fruits

    In 1732, two young Moravians leave their comfortable community of Hernhut, Germany, to bring the Gospel to the slaves in the West Indies.

    This movie, created by Dan Neidermyer, Richard Foster and Todd Hoagey, scores 6.3 on IMDb.

    Genres - History | Drama

  7. The Ballad of Frankie Silver

    The Ballad of Frankie Silver

    One of the most famous female murders in US history. In 1831 Frankie Silver was charged with the murder and burning of the remains of her husband Charlie. She was hanged in 1833. This is Frankie's story.... A Docudrama based on the true story of the most notorious murder trial in antebellum North Carolina history.

    This movie, created by Theresa Phillips, Joe Bennett and Todd Blair, scores 8.8 on IMDb.

    Genres - History | Drama

  8. Secret Nation

    Secret Nation

    A graduate history student returns to her native Newfoundland, searching for proof of a conspiracy surrounding the referendum that saw Newfoundland join Canada.

    This movie, created by Michael Jones, Cathy Jones and Mary Walsh, scores 6.8 on IMDb.

    Genres - History | Drama

  9. Wild Goose Lodge

    Wild Goose Lodge

    Wild Goose Lodge is the historical true story of the Lynch Family, the Irish Ribbonmen and British who occupied the Irish territory in 1816. With the bicentennial of the burning of Wild Goose Lodge and the centennial of Michael Collins and the Rising upcoming, this historical feature is rich in Irish culture and explanation of some interesting history. Shot entirely in Ireland, the production value and cinematography on this film is truly award winning. Logline: The Lynch Family try to defend themselves against the British and their own Irish heritage when their home is broken into by local villagers and a report of the break in leads to the hanging of the culprits by the British magistrate, much to the surprise of the Lynch family and the local Irish neighbors. The local Ribbonmen vow revenge again Lynch, while the town priest tries to maintain peace within the village.

    This movie, created by Paul Macardle, Dave Duffy and Tom Muckian, scores 8.3 on IMDb.

    Genres - History | Drama

  10. Children of the Struggle

    Children of the Struggle

    In 1964's Freedom Summer, a white housewife from Chicago was killed fighting for Civil Rights, leaving behind a young son. This is the story of his journey, as a man, to find out who his mother was and why she died.

    This movie, created by John Benitz, Brian Wimmer and Dick Gregory, scores 7.7 on IMDb.

    Genres - History | Drama

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