Braveheart is the lavish Hollywood production of an English occupied Scottish Highlands in the 13th century. Mel Gibson plays the roll of a historical freedom fighter and national hero named William Wallace. The brave Wallace must inspire his people to fight for their freedom against great odds. The film became the most successful film at the Oscars in 1995.
Released on the 1995-05-24
English, French, Latin
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13th Century, Altar, Axe, Battle, Bridegroom, British, British Empire, Cavalry, Civil War, Conspiracy, Country Life, Coup d'Etat, Death by Hanging, Dismemberment of Human Beings, Edinburgh, England, Forest, Freedom, Gay Kiss, Homosexual, Horse, In Love with the Enemy, Independence, Individual, Intrigue, Irish, Joust, King, Kingdom, Leprosy, Loss of Loved One, Love of One's Life, Male Friends, Mansion, Marriage Proposal, Mead, Meadow, Middle Ages, Newlyweds, Nightmare, Power Struggle, Princess, Province, Resistance, Resistance Fighter, Revenge, Royal Family, Saal, Scotland, Sword, Sword Fight, Throat Slitting, Thrown Through Window, Tyrant, Village, Village Life, Villager, Warrior, Wedding Night, Wedding Vows, Widowed, Wish to die
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