Braveheart script
Braveheart (1995)
Synopsis: Tells the story of the legendary thirteenth century Scottish hero named William Wallace (Mel Gibson). Wallace rallies the Scottish against the English monarch and Edward I (Peter Hanly) after he suffers a personal tragedy by English soldiers. Wallace gathers a group of amateur warriors that is stronger than any English army.

He means William. He and his elder son spur their horses.

AT THE BARN - DAY

The Wallaces ride up, looking around.

FATHER:

MacAndrews!... MacAndrews!?

Malcolm finds a pitchfork, John the woodpile axe...

INT. THE BARN

POV from within as the door opens and a widening block of

sunlight illuminates the dusty shadows. Malcolm and John

Wallace step in, and are shocked to see...

POV THE WALLACES

Hanging from the rafters of the barn are thirty Scottish

noblemen and thirty pages, their faces purple and contorted

by the strangulation hanging, their tongues protruding.

Malcolm stabs the pitchfork into the ground in useless anger;

John still grips the axe as he follows his father through

the hanging bodies of the noblemen to the back row, to see

the one man in commoner's dress, like theirs...

FATHER:

MacAndrews.

A SHUFFLE; John spins; William has entered the back door.

JOHN:

William! Get out of here!

WILLIAM:

Why would MacAndrews make so many

scarecrows?

Before his father and brother can think of anything to say,

William, with a boy's curiosity, touches the spurred foot of

the hanged noblemen we first saw riding in. It's too solid;

he takes a real look at the face, and suddenly --

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Randall Wallace

Randall Wallace is an American screenwriter, director, producer, and songwriter who came to prominence by writing the screenplay for the 1995 film Braveheart. more…

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