Braveheart

Braveheart (1995)

23 corrected entries

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Corrected entry: In the movie, it seems like king Edward dies at the same time as Wallace. In reality, Edward I died in 1307, two years after Wallace.

Correction: Exactly - the movie only shows Edward I gravely ill. There's nothing in the film to suggest the king is dying as Wallace is being executed; rather he is suffering due to his illness.

Correction: It was common practice in those days to encourage children to use their right hand - he might have been naturally ambidextrous but was forced to use his right hand, hence his skill developed with that one.

Corrected entry: In the very first fight, Gibson had a flail and antlers. After he hits the 1st guy, he falls from his horse with flail in hand. When attacked by the 2nd guy, a sword is now in his hand and he blocks an attack with it.

Correction: Wallace drops the flail after he falls off the horse and picks up the sword of the first guard he killed.

Greg Dwyer

Continuity mistake: In another major battle scene William Wallace is running into battle with a bloody claymore in his hand. In the next shot of him it is back in its sheath. Then in another scene he has it in his grasp again, but this time it is clean.

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[At Sterling, when arrows rain down on the Scots.]
Stephen: The Lord tells me he can get me out of this mess, but he's pretty sure you're fucked.

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Trivia: The men standing behind Hamish and Stephen in the last scene are descendants of men from the real Wallace clan.

BillyBlake

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Chosen answer: Just like he said, it would dull his wits and not leave him fully lucid the next day when he had to face the torture.

LorgSkyegon

He wanted his full awareness so he didn't accidentally yell for mercy.

Answer: Because it's a reference to what his Father's last words to him were at the beginning of the film before he was killed, 'I know you can fight but it's our wits that makes us men'. That's why Wallace says to the Princess, 'It will dull my wits and I must have them always'.

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