In tedious narrative, Pocahontas is 'one with Nature', while Europeans are gold-seeking, city-loving louts, except for handsome John Smith.
This politically correct Pocahontas story portrays a sublime Indian maiden destined by Nature's spirits to befriend Capt. Smith. The other Europeans carelessly seek gold and shoot an innocent Indian. Interracial romance, not tribal depredations, exacerbate conflict and Pocahontas must save Smith from her father's club. Contradicting history, she stays in 'her' world while Smith, injured by a European bullet, returns to Europe. The real story is much more exciting (see the full review).