Courage and a free heart
Trouble with Scotland
No other, forever
Application and consequences of laws
Gathering to rebel
Madmen and spies
Are you ready for war?
Terms and offers
Guardian of Scotland
Negotiating with a princess
Unity and betrayal
Lands of death
To capture a legend
Pledge of the Bruce
Queen's plea for mercy
Bleed with me
Credits (1995) (177 min.); Special features: Commentary by Mel Gibson [optional audio feature]
Disc 2. Special features: A writer's journey / producer, Eric Young ; Paramount Pictures (2007) (22 min.)
Alba gu Brath!-The making of Braveheart / Paramount Pictures (2007) (50 min.)
Tales of William Wallace / producer, Eric Young ; Paramount Pictures (2007) (30 min.)
Archival interviews with the cast of Braveheart (15 min.); Photo montage [slide show] (7 min.); Theatrical trailer 1 (2 min.); Theatrical trailer 2 (3 min.)
Video recordings for the hearing impaired
Heads of state
From the critics
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William Wallace (voiceover): "In the Year of our Lord 1314, patriots of Scotland -- starving and outnumbered -- charged the fields of Bannockburn. They fought like warrior poets; they fought like Scotsmen... and won their freedom."
Royal Magistrate (to William Wallace, being disemboweled): "It can all end, right now... Peace... lives... Just say it... cry out... Mercy... Cry out... Just say it... Mercy... (addressing the crowd) The prisoner wishes to say a word..." William Wallace: "...FREEEEDOOOOOOMMM!!!!"
William Wallace (awaiting torture and execution): "If I swear to him, (Longshanks), then all that I am, is dead already." Princess Isabelle (weeping): "You will die. It will be awful." William Wallace: "Every man dies... Not every man really lives."
Longshanks: "Archers." English Commander: "I beg pardon, sire. Wouldn't we hit our own troops?" Longshanks (glaring): "...Yes... But we'll hit theirs, as well... We have reserves. Attack!"
English Commander: "The archers are ready, sire." Longshanks: "Not the archers. My scouts tell me their archers are miles away and no threat to us. Arrows cost money. Use up the Irish. The dead cost nothing."
Stephen - the Irishman (to William Wallace, in battle): "The Lord tells me he can get ME out of this mess, but he's pretty sure -- you're f*cked." (cackles)
William Wallace (to the English Commander): "Here are Scotland's terms. Lower your flags, and march straight back to England, stopping at every home you pass by, to beg forgiveness for a hundred years of theft, rape, and murder. Do that, and your men shall live. Do it not, and every one of you will die today."
William Wallace: "I AM William Wallace! And I see a whole army of my countrymen, here in defiance of tyranny. You've come to fight as free men... and free men you are. What will you do with that freedom? Will you fight?" Veteran: "Fight? Against that? No! We will run. And we will live." William Wallace: "Aye, fight and you may die. Run, and you'll live... at least a while. And dying in your beds, many years from now, would you be willin' to trade ALL the days, from this day to that, for one chance, just one chance, to come back here and tell our enemies that they may take our lives, but they'll never take... OUR FREEDOM! (Scottish army cheers) Alba gu bràth!" ["Scotland forever!"] Army: "ALBA GU BRÀTH! ALBA GU BRÀTH! ALBA GU BRÀTH!"
Scottish Commander "Where is thy salute?" William Wallace: "For presenting yourself on this battlefield, I give you thanks." Scottish Commander: "This is our army. To join it, you give homage." William Wallace: "I give homage to Scotland. And if this is your army, why does it go?" Veteran: "We didn't come here to fight for them!" Young Soldier: "Home! The English are too many!" William Wallace: "Sons of Scotland! I am William Wallace." Young Soldier: "William Wallace is seven feet tall!" William Wallace: "Yes, I've heard. Kills men by the hundreds. And if HE were here, he'd consume the English with fireballs from his eyes, and bolts of lightning from his arse." (laughter)
Stephen - the Irishman (to William Wallace, after killing a would-be assassin): "I didn't like him anyway. He wasn't right in the head."
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