Filled with passion, blood and tragedy,
The Last Confederate is a tumultuous true story of one
man’s love for country and for Eveline McCord,
his girl from the north.
In an emotionally charged performance,
Julian Adams is his great-great grandfather Robert
Adams, a strong willed southern Captain in the midst
of the American Civil War, who used his guns and his
heart of fire to rally his men to fight for their
Robert was a planter, and soon to
be southern captain, who fell in love with Eveline,
an intelligent, kind and strong willed school teacher
from the north.
Just as they met, The Civil War
was upon them. All he knew was tied into the conflict
and the one thing that he held to was his love for
this northern woman. He knew that he might sacrifice
all he had if he entered into this conflict. He believed
in protecting the life he had, and the life he wanted,
but he knew the price would be great. His quest for
survival grew as the war worsened. He was captured
and sent to prison; he lost his best friend; his town
was burned and the war was all but lost. Robert’s
connection to Eveline weakened and he lost the path
he believed he was on. Her love for him would be the
one thing that could carry him through.
Produced, written and directed by
the descendents of Robert and Eveline, this is an
explosive, richly detailed saga of fierce combat,
honor and the will to risk all that’s precious
for love or country.