Braveheart tells the story of William Wallace, a Scotsman, who, in 1297, became a leader in the first War of Scottish Independence. Enraged by the cruelty of the English rulers, his battle to gain independence from England inspired the nation to continue fighting for its freedom long after his capture and execution in 1305.
This movie meant a great deal to me. It taught me that with enough determination, anyone can do great things. It also taught me to not be a slave, but to be willing to fight for what I believe in, and, if necessary, to die on my feet rather than live on my knees.
As William Wallace himself said, “Every man dies, but not every man truly lives.”
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