One famous saying goes: “Give me freedom or give medeath.” In other words, freedom means “freedom.” Before I watchthe movie Braveheart, my understanding of freedom is very simple. I just thinkthat people can live a happy life as long as they are able to obey the will ofthe rulers. However, there are always people who do not like it. They do notwant to be slaves.
So they rise up to freedom because they are convinced thatit belongs to everyone and that no one can take it away except God. Theprotagonist of this movie is William Wallace. He is a great leader in Scotland.
He led the Scots to British freedom. The most touching and shocking scene isthat William Wallace endured incredible torture at the last minute of his lifeand did its best to shout to the boundless sky and people: “Freedom! Greatin Heaven The door, his beloved wife, is waiting for his arrival, and hiscourageous heart has won everything, including the heart of Murron, the most elegantheart of England (the heart of Sophie Marceau) and the hearts of countlessothers. Dignified baptism, all burdens and burdens are released from hisesteemed and noble soul, supported and encouraged by the eternal spirit ofWilliam Wallace, who won her with the immense price of innumerable preciouslives. Filmmakers will never forget the echoes of Freedom, the strong voice ofWilliam Wallace, in the hearts of all humanity; the skies of Scotland appearbefore us, a wonderful movie that touches the heart, However, this time it isnot based on beautiful scenes or gorgeous actors, but on the basis of thepursuit of love and freedom.When painful, we can find comfort in the arts. A great moviealways gives you some power to face your own problems. This one is doing well.
It brought us a tough hero William Wallace, a leader of the Scottish Resistancewho opposed British rule. Although he was finally dead, his spirit led hispeople to fight and gain freedom. This meaningful work touched on so manyhearts and minds with the theme and content of its meaning. The main theme ofthis work can be seen in the growing image of William Wallace. First, we seehis childhood. His father was killed by a British intruder, which surely left ascar in his heart.
With this great hatred, when he saw his wife killed by theenemy, everything in his heart was suddenly released and possessed of greatpower. So in the battle scene, we saw a soldier dare to life waving a sword. Itis a common question that his courage comes from.
For example, if an ordinaryperson, lost his parents from an early age, he may not have the confidence togrow into a hero. However, the heroes are heroic. In many ways, Wallace’srevolution is remarkable. His compatriots and enemies have great obstacles.Many Scottish nobility lent him only reluctant support, as they mostly caremore about wealth and titles than the freedom of wealth. In fact, the Scottishleaders are in favor of resistance or not, depending on the British bribery. Incontrast, Wallace is an honorable, flawless and just person. He was labeled”Guardian and High Protector of Scotland,” but his move againstBritish king Edward I against the Scottish nobles was surprised to find Robert,a leading Scottish betrayal of Earl of Bruce, who confessed to him “Peoplewill follow you if you can only lead them.
” Sophie Marceau, as elegant asFrance’s distressed princess Isabella, eventually fell in love with Wallace,warning He several traps. Catherine McCormack is the striking beauty of theWallace revolution. Patrick McGoohan is a ruthless Edward I, whose nickname is”long-handled,” chilling and fierce. This king is still theincarnation of evil. Although Angus McFadyen was an aristocrat who had aconnection between conscience and political aspirations, Brendan Gleesoncontributed to his mighty Hamish band Comes with strength and humor, but DavidO “Hara is very effective, even at the most tense moment, as a crazyIrishman, and Mel Gibson has reason to be proud of the job. Dare to over-film..
. Gibson enthusiastically demonstrated the most impressive war (not yetstaged movie), it is his passion and over, making the film even greater. Hordeand futility of the battle to build the handset is exciting but disgusting. Itis the brilliance of the best epic film production.
This film focuses onWallace’s humanity, such a huge, so smart and passionate figure, to explore thedefinition of nobility and nobility, pushing us to follow the hero into hisstruggle against injustice and oppression. And this is the power of a hero.