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Braveheart - English or Scottish
When William Defeats the English for the first time he is being courted Knighthood. When the guy who talks to him about the Baliel Politics. There is a guy with a goat tee and long hair behind him yelling about politics. (this is tough to find) He is obviously a Scot. Than at the end of the movie when the English peasants are yelling at Wallace to say Mercy. You can see the same person in the crowd. It is kind of a close up. He is nodding his head saying mercy. (He's English in this scene)
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Anonymous on 06-15-2001
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Du Nomad writes:
Are you sure he was supposed to be English in the final scene? Remember, a few of Wallace's comrades were hiding in the crowd, so couldn't it be possible that this particular guy was another Scott who was in the crowd?
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Daiboy writes:
You mean Baliol, Right?
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