Question: Can anyone point me to a website or explain what all is involved / symbolism, etc., of the wedding ceremony between Wallace and Murron?
Question: When Robert the Bruce is talking to the nobles at the begining of the movie, what is the significance of him seeing his dad up above on the balcony and saying that his dad couldn't be there in person, but sends his regards?
Question: How is Wallace being tortured right after they show one of the executioners tear his shirt open?
Question: Directly before Wallace is beheaded, he sees his dead wife in the crowd. Is this meant to be her ghost or is he imagining it?
Question: During Wallace's execution, he stares at a child in the crowd, who stares back and smiles. What does the child symbolise?
Question: In the secret wedding scene Wallace gives his Tartan to bind the hands but what is it that Murron gives to him? Is there a documented tradition for this?
Question: After Wallace kills the lord that killed his wife, Hemish's father starts chanting something like, "McCoughlick, McCoughlick", then, "Wallace, Wallace", what exactly is the first thing he says?
Question: The Irish man uses the "F expletive" in one of his first scenes. Would that word have been in existence then?
Question: What sickness does the king have, which he apparently succumbs to at the end?
Question: What illness does Robert's father have?