“Braveheart” quotes

Movie Braveheart
Mel Gibson directed this movie in 1995
Title Braveheart
Year 1995
Director Mel Gibson
Genre Drama, History, War, Biography, Action
Plot – At the end of the thirteenth century, the usurper Edward I Longshanks, King of England, sits on the throne of Scotland. The Scot William Wallace, whose family had been murdered by the English army, becomes an educated man. Since he is attached to the traditions of his rural homeland, he returns in his village after many years. Here he would like to start a family with the beautiful Murron, whom he marries in secret to evade "Prima Nocte" imposed by the feudal English Lord. He saves her from an attempted rape, but the young woman gets captured and brutally murdered. Full of rage, William raises a revolt that excludes the English soldiers from the territory after defeating them in Stirling. With his army of volunteers from all over Scotland, Wallace conquers York. The worried Edward I sends his incompetent son’s wife, the princess Isabella of France, to negotiate with Wallace. The sly tyrant thinks to take advantage of the charme and intelligence of the young Isabella to tame Wallace.
All actors – James Robinson, Sean Lawlor, Sandy Nelson, James Cosmo, Sean McGinley, Alan Tall, Andrew Weir, Gerda Stevenson, Ralph Riach, Mhairi Calvey, Brian Cox, Patrick McGoohan, Peter Hanly, Sophie Marceau, Stephen Billington, Barry McGovern, Angus Macfadyen, John Kavanagh, Alun Armstrong, Mel Gibson, Catherine McCormack, Brendan Gleeson, Tommy Flanagan, Julie Austin, Alex Norton, Joanne Bett, Rupert Vansittart, Michael Byrne, Robert Paterson, Malcolm Tierney, William Scott-Masson, Dean Lopata, Tam White, Donal Gibson, Jeanne Marine, Martin Dunne, Fred Chiverton, Ian Bannen, Jimmy Chisholm, David O'Hara, John Murtagh, David McKay, Peter Mullan, Martin Murphy, Gerard McSorley, Bernard Horsfall, Richard Leaf, Daniel Coll, Niall O'Brien, Liam Carney, Bill Murdoch, Phil Kelly, Martin Dempsey, Jimmy Keogh, Joe Savino, David Gant, Mal Whyte, Paul Tucker, John Burns, Declan Geraghty, Greg Jeloudov, Rana Morrison, Jer O'Leary, Derek Pykett
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