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[01:09.23]I shall tell you of William Wallace.
[01:13.23]Historians from England will say I am a liar,
[01:16.73]but history is written by those who have hanged heroes.
[01:22.27]The king of Scotland had died without a son,
[01:25.61]and the king of England,
[01:27.71]a cruel pagan known as Edward the Longshanks,
[01:31.22]claimed the throne of Scotland for himself.
[01:34.42]Scotland's nobles fought him
[01:37.39]and fought each other over the crown.
[01:40.42]So Longshanks invited them to talks of truce...
[01:44.43]no weapons, one page only.
[01:52.24]Among the farmers of that shire was Malcolm Wallace,
[01:55.44]a commoner with his own lands.
[01:57.78]He had two sons... John and William.
[02:06.45]I told you to stay.
[02:08.52]Well, I finished my work.
[02:11.46]Where are we going?
[02:13.42]MacAndrews'. He was supposed to visit
[02:15.46]when the gathering was over.
[02:16.76]- Can I come? - No, go home, boy.
[02:18.86]But I want to go.
[02:20.40]Go home or you'll feel the back of my hand.
[02:22.63]Go you home, William.
[03:51.49]It's all right!
[03:56.03]William! William, it's all right.
[03:58.03]It's all right. Easy, lad.
[04:19.95]And I say we hit back now!
[04:22.95]We cannot fight them! It's suicide!
[04:25.99]Wallace is right! We fight them!
[04:29.29]Every nobleman who had a will to fight
[04:32.13]was at that meeting.
[04:34.03]We cannot beat an army.
[04:35.40]Not with 50 farmers.
[04:36.87]We do not have to beat them, just fight them.
[04:39.40]Now, who's with me?
[04:40.97]I am, Wallace.
[04:43.11]All right, all right.
[05:00.42]Where do you think you're going?
[05:02.43]I'm going with you.
[05:03.93]Ah, you're going with me, are you?
[05:05.93]And what are you going to do?
[05:08.43]I'm going to help.
[05:09.93]Hey, and a good help you'd be, too,
[05:12.44]but I need you to stay here
[05:15.44]and look after the place for me
[05:18.44]while I'm away.
[05:19.94]I can fight.
[05:26.28]I know you can fight.
[05:33.22]But it's our wits that make us men.
[05:39.66]See you tomorrow.
[06:16.43]With your father and brother gone,
[06:18.60]they'll kill us and burn the farm.
[06:21.44]It's up to us, Hamish.
[08:54.32]Come here, lad.
[09:51.38][Praying In Latin]
[10:28.25][In Unison] Amen.
[12:26.47]I'm your uncle. Argyle.
[12:41.28]You have the look of your mother.
[12:55.73]We'll stay here tonight.
[12:57.27]Tomorrow you'll come home with me.
[12:59.84]I don't want to leave.
[13:01.37]You didn't want your father to die either, did you?
[13:05.18]But it happened.
[13:10.85]Did the priest give a poetic benediction?
[13:14.85]"The Lord bless thee and keep thee"?
[13:17.19]It was in Latin.
[13:20.32]You don't speak Latin?
[13:21.86]Well, that's something we shall have to remedy, isn't it?
[13:28.80]The Lord bless thee and keep thee.
[13:32.80]The Lord cause His light to shine on thee.
[13:36.31]The Lord lift up His countenance upon thee
[13:40.24]and give thee peace.
[13:50.25]Your heart is free.
[13:53.42]Have the courage to follow it.
[14:23.29]What are they doing?
[14:25.29]Saying good-bye in their own way...
[14:29.23]playing outlawed tunes on outlawed pipes.
[14:41.91]It was the same for me and your daddy
[14:45.41]when our father was killed.
[15:14.27]First, learn to use...
[15:19.91]Then I'll teach you to use...
[15:55.25]Many years later,
[15:56.75]Edward the Longshanks, King of England,
[15:59.75]supervised the wedding of his eldest son,
[16:02.75]who would succeed him to the throne.
[16:13.76]Asbride for his son,
[16:15.77]Longshanks had chosen the daughter of his rival,
[16:19.57]the king of France.
[16:22.94][Singing In Latin]
[16:44.73]It was widely whispered that for the princess to conceive,
[16:48.36]Longshanks would have to do the honors himself.
[16:51.77]That may have been what he had in mind all along.
[17:00.21]Scotland... my land.
[17:06.25]The French will grovel to anyone with strength,
[17:10.92]but how will they believe our strength
[17:13.12]when we cannot rule the whole of our own island?
[17:27.70]Where is my son?
[17:29.17]Your pardon, milord.
[17:30.71]He asked me to come in his stead.
[17:33.34]I sent for him, and he sends you.
[17:36.75]Shall I leave, milord?
[17:38.55]If he wants his queen to rule when I am gone,
[17:43.22]then, by all means, stay and learn how.
[17:53.73]Nobles are the key to the door of Scotland.
[17:58.03]Grant our nobles lands in the north,
[18:00.74]give their nobles estates here in England,
[18:05.24]and make them too greedy to oppose us.
[18:07.74]But, sire, our nobles will be reluctant to uproot.
[18:10.75]New lands mean new taxes,
[18:12.75]and they're already taxed for the war in France.
[18:38.21]The trouble with Scotland is that it's full of Scots.
[18:46.72]Perhaps the time has come
[18:49.22]to reinstitute an old custom.
[18:52.22]Grant them prima noctes.
[18:59.63]When any common girl inhabiting their lands is married,
[19:03.27]our nobles shall have sexual rights to her
[19:07.37]on the night of her wedding.
[19:11.77]If we cart get them out, we'll breed them out.
[19:17.28]That should fetch just the kind of lords
[19:20.78]we want to Scotland,
[19:22.72]taxes or no taxes, huh?
[19:24.79]A most excellent idea, sire.
[19:33.46]Now in Edinburgh gathered the council of Scottish nobles.
[19:37.80]Among these was Robert the 17th earl of Bruce,
[19:42.31]the leading contender for the crown of Scotland.
[19:50.81]Ah, I hear that Longshanks has granted prima noctes.
[19:55.32]Clearly meant to draw more of his supporters here.
[19:59.26]My father believes that we must
[20:01.82]lull Longshanks into our confidence
[20:04.83]by neither supporting his decree nor opposing it.
[20:07.33]A wise plan.
[20:08.83]And how is your father? We missed him at the council.
[20:12.34]His affairs in France keep him long overdue.
[20:18.84]But he sends his greetings,
[20:20.84]and he says that I speak for all of the Bruces
[20:25.18]and for Scotland.
[21:30.11][Festive Music Playing]
[22:35.78]Ah, it's all over now.
[22:38.28]You've dropped your rock.
[22:40.35]Test of manhood.
[22:46.52]Call it a test of soldiery, then.
[22:49.79]The English won't let us train with weapons,
[22:52.30]so we train with stones.
[22:53.86]The test of a soldier is not in his arm.
[22:59.14]No. It's here.
[23:01.40][Gasps And Laughter]
[23:21.66]Here you go, son.
[23:23.29]Show him how.
[23:24.36]Come on, Hamish!
[23:40.81]Ha ha ha ha! My boy!
[23:43.48]That was a good throw.
[23:45.28]Aye. Aye, it was.
[23:47.75]I was wondering if you could do that when it matters.
[23:52.62]As it... As it matters in battle.
[23:57.46]Could you crush a man with that throw?
[24:00.16]I could crush you like a worm.
[24:08.00]Well, then do it.
[24:09.64]Would you like to see him crush me like a worm?
[24:16.55]Come do it.
[24:18.85]I will not.
[24:23.52]Come on, Hamish.
[24:25.59]Come on there, boy!
[24:51.38]Fine display, young Wallace.
[24:53.82]Are you all right?
[24:55.48]You look a wee bit shaky.
[24:58.29]I should have remembered the rocks.
[25:00.59]Aye, you should have.
[25:06.73]Get up, you big heap.
[25:09.57]It's good to see you again.
[25:12.30]Aye. Welcome home.
[25:14.20]Oh, me head.
[25:16.31]Oh, you should have moved.
[25:31.09]will you dance with me?
[25:32.76]Of course I will.
[25:59.78]I've come to claim the right of prima noctes.
[26:03.29]As lord of these lands,
[26:05.79]I will bless this marriage
[26:07.29]by taking the bride into my bed
[26:09.63]on the first night of her union.
[26:12.33]Oh, by God, you will not!
[26:17.27]It is my noble right.
[28:21.26]Good evening, sin'.
[28:23.26]Ah, young Wallace.
[28:25.26]Grand soft evening, huh?
[28:27.23]Aye, it's that.
[28:28.70]I was wondering if I might have a word with your daughter.
[28:32.53]What do you want to have a word about?
[28:37.41]Murron, would you like to come and ride with me
[28:41.04]on this fine evening?
[28:43.15]In this? You're out of your mind.
[28:46.35]It's good Scottish weather, madame.
[28:47.62]The rain is falling straight down.
[28:49.72]Well, slightly to the side, like.
[28:51.62]She cart go with you.
[28:53.46]No the now, anyway.
[28:55.99]No the now.
[28:57.16]- No the now? - We'll see you later.
[28:59.36]The weather's just fine. It's hardly raining.
[29:02.23]Did you not hear what I said?
[29:04.27]Murron! Get... Oh.
[29:09.24]It's you she takes after.
[29:40.27]How could you know me after so long?
[29:42.74]Well, I didn't.
[29:44.27]I saw you staring, and I didn't know who you were.
[29:47.61]I'm sorry. I suppose I was.
[29:51.78]Are you in the habit
[29:53.28]of riding off in the rain with strangers?
[29:55.45]It was the best way to make you leave.
[30:00.22]Well, if I can ever work up the courage to ask you again,
[30:04.29]I'll send written warning first.
[30:05.86]Wouldn't do much good. I cart read.
[30:07.56]Can you not?
[30:10.80]Well, that's something
[30:12.30]we shall have to remedy, isn't it?
[30:14.94]You're going to teach me to read, then?
[30:17.81]If you like.
[30:19.04]In what language?
[30:21.01]You're showing off now.
[30:24.28]That's right. Are you impressed yet?
[30:26.32]No. Why should I be?
[30:35.76]Do that standing on your head, and I'll be impressed.
[30:38.33]My kilt will fly up, but I'll try it.
[30:41.56]God, you certainly didn't learn any manners.
[30:44.00]The French and Romans have far worse manners.
[30:46.34]You've been to Rome?
[30:47.77]Aye. Argyle took me on a pilgrimage.
[30:49.27]What was it like?
[30:56.61]What does that mean?
[31:02.62]But I belong here.
[31:38.25][Mother MacClannough] Murron?
[31:39.79]Come in now.
[32:50.63]Sin', I know it was strange of me
[32:53.43]to invite Murron to ride last night,
[32:55.60]but I assure you...
[32:56.77]Mac Clannough's daughter is another matter.
[32:59.30]I've come to fetch you to our meeting.
[33:01.94]What kind of meeting?
[33:03.84]The secret kind.
[33:05.57]Your meetings are a waste of time, Campbell.
[33:08.28]Your father was a fighter and a patriot.
[33:15.28]I know who my father was.
[33:17.65]I came back home to raise crops
[33:20.79]and, God willing, a family.
[33:22.76]If I can live in peace, I will.
[33:27.90]You say you want to stay out of the troubles?
[33:30.70]If you can prove it, you may court my daughter.
[33:33.74]Until you prove it, my answer's no.
[33:37.54]No, Wallace. No.
[33:39.24]Didn't I just prove it?
[34:25.29]Of course, running a farm's a lot of work,
[34:28.72]but that will all change when my sons arrive.
[34:32.23]So you've got children?
[34:33.70]Oh, not yet, but I was hoping
[34:36.23]that you could help me with that.
[34:38.63]So you want me to marry you, then?
[34:41.20]Well, it's a bit sudden, but all right.
[34:43.84]Is that what you call a proposal?
[34:45.84]I love you. Always have.
[34:52.41]I want to marry you.
[35:06.26]Is that a "yes"?
[35:07.76]Aye, that's a "yes."
[35:52.71]We best hurry. He'll be waiting.
[35:56.38]Where are you going?
[36:38.75]I will love you my whole life,
[36:42.19]you and no other.
[36:49.43]And I you,
[36:51.70]you and no other, forever.
[36:54.34][Speaking Scots Gaelic]
[40:22.88]When am I going to see you again?
[40:28.45]My dad's growin' suspicious.
[40:29.95]Growin' suspicious, is he?
[40:31.45]Wouldn't have anything to do with that.
[40:33.96]When? When? When?
[40:46.03]Look lively, Sergeant.
[40:59.98]Where are you going, lassie?
[41:01.98]Ooh, that looks heavy.
[41:03.49]Let me help you with it.
[41:05.49]No. It's fine.
[41:06.99]I'm not going to steal it.
[41:09.49]Oh, you remind me of my daughter back home.
[41:47.30]Keep it quiet, Smythe.
[42:10.99]Are you all right?
[42:12.99]All right? Come on.
[42:16.96]Are you all right?
[42:19.39]Are you all right?
[42:28.50]Can you ride?
[42:36.28]Come back here, you bastard!
[42:39.08]Raise the alarm!
[42:42.42]Meet me at the grove.
[42:45.95]They're getting away!
[42:53.43]Go round back!
[44:14.44]All of you know full well
[44:16.95]the great pains I've always taken
[44:19.68]never to be too strict, too rigid
[44:22.88]with the application of our laws,
[44:26.45]and as a consequence,
[44:28.09]have we not learned to live together
[44:31.39]in relative peace and harmony?
[44:39.40]And this day's lawlessness
[44:41.90]is how you repay my leniency!
[44:53.92]Well, you leave me with little choice.
[45:03.69]An assault on the king's soldiers...
[45:08.30]is the same as an assault on the king himself.
[45:29.38]Let this scrapper come to me.
[49:57.42]Some archers on the tower now!
[50:12.43]You idiot boy!
[51:37.89]Father, how are you?
[53:13.68][Everyone Chanting] Macaulish! Macaulish!
[53:23.42][Everyone Chanting] Wallace! Wallace! Wallace!
[53:29.93][Priest Reciting Latin Rites]
[55:45.37]What you waiting for, boy?
[55:48.87]Here. You can do it.
[55:51.37]I'll hold him down.
[55:53.37]Here. You can do it.
[55:55.38]I'll hold him down.
[55:57.28]Pour it straight in the wound.
[55:59.38]It seems like a waste of good whiskey.
[56:02.52]Indulge me. Ah!
[56:06.35]Hold him. Hold him.
[56:10.26]Now let him go.
[56:13.43]I'm sorry. I'm sorry.
[56:17.40]That'll wake you up in the morning, boy.
[56:20.83]There's somebody coming!
[56:30.18]There's somebody coming.
[56:32.81]MacGregors... from the next clan.
[56:40.85]We heard about what was happening.
[56:43.36]We don't want you amadans
[56:45.36]thinking you can have your fun without us.
[56:51.93]Some of us are in this.
[56:54.37]Cart help that now.
[56:56.37]But you can help yourselves.
[57:00.04]We'll have no homes left
[57:01.54]when the English garrison from the castle
[57:03.84]comes through and burns us out.
[57:06.01]And they will.
[57:41.85]Patrol returning, milord!
[58:11.45]So what news?
[58:24.83]I have dispatched 100 soldiers to Lanark.
[58:27.83]They will be returning now!
[58:29.86]What, are they dressed like this?
[58:33.87]Actually, it was more like 50.
[58:36.34]Make it quick.
[58:40.34]You remember me?
[58:41.84]I never did her any harm.
[58:44.68]It was my right.
[58:47.35]I'm here to claim the right of a husband!
[58:56.86]I am William Wallace.
[59:00.36]And the rest of you will be spared.
[59:04.30]Go back to England and tell them there
[59:06.87]that Scotland's daughters and her sons are yours no more.
[59:13.37]Tell them Scotland is free.
[59:57.42]The Scottish rebels have routed
[60:00.42]one of my garrisons
[60:02.42]and murdered the noble lord.
[60:05.76]This Wallace is a brigand, nothing more.
[60:08.33]And how would you deal with this brigand?
[60:11.87]Like any common thief.
[60:13.43]Have the local magistrate arrest him
[60:16.04]and punish him accordingly.
[60:31.72]Wallace has already killed the magistrate
[60:34.39]and taken control of the town.
[60:41.30]In the morning,
[60:43.33]I depart for France to press our rights there,
[60:46.40]and I leave you here to quell this little rebellion.
[60:51.14]Understood? Is it?
[60:56.41]One day, you will be a king.
[61:01.18]At least try to act like one.
[61:06.92]Get away from me!
[61:08.59]Convene my military council.
[62:25.60]No point resisting.
[62:27.63]You're outnumbered and trapped.
[62:29.24]Now, where are the rest of you? Where's Wallace?
[62:46.10]Oh, come in. Come in.
[62:48.17]A rebellion has begun.
[63:00.59]named William Wallace.
[63:12.96]You will embrace this rebellion.
[63:15.50]Suppon't it from our lands in the north.
[63:18.40]I will gain English favor
[63:20.41]by condemning it and ordering it opposed
[63:22.94]from our lands in the south.
[63:40.43]he doesn't even have a knighthood,
[63:42.93]but he fights with passion,
[63:45.53]and he inspires.
[63:47.10]And you wish to charge off and fight as he did, eh?
[63:52.40]So would I.
[63:54.11]Well, maybe it's time.
[63:55.54]It is time...
[63:58.91]You're the 17th Roben't Bruce.
[64:01.45]The 16 before you passed you land and title
[64:05.45]because they didn 't charge in.
[64:09.02]Call a meeting of the nobles.
[64:11.59]They do nothing but talk.
[64:14.46]They're as rich in English titles and lands
[64:16.96]as they are in Scottish, just as we are.
[64:19.90]You admire this man, this William Wallace.
[00:01.00]Uncompromising men are easy to admire.
[00:03.70]He has courage. So does a dog.
[00:06.20]But it is exactly the ability to compromise
[00:09.00]that makes a man noble.
[00:10.84]And understand this...
[00:13.01]Edward Longshanks is the most ruthless king
[00:16.01]ever to sit on the throne of England,
[00:19.51]and none of us and nothing of Scotland
[00:23.02]will remain unless we are as ruthless.
[00:27.42]Give ear to our nobles.
[00:30.52]Knowing their minds
[00:32.53]is the key to the throne.
[00:54.05]This is out, and this is left.
[02:43.76]eventually, Longshanks will send
[02:45.49]his whole northern army against us.
[02:48.20]Heavy cavalry, armored horse...
[02:49.66]shake the very ground.
[02:52.23]They'll ride right over us.
[02:54.40]Uncle Argyle used to talk about it,
[02:57.00]how no army ever stood up to a charge of heavy horse.
[03:00.27]So what do we do?
[03:01.94]Hit, run, hide, the Highland way.
[03:12.49]We'll make spears.
[03:15.12]Hundreds of them.
[03:16.96]Long spears... twice as long as a man.
[03:22.96]Some men are longer than others.
[03:25.47]Your mother been telling you stories about me again.
[03:31.04][Man] Volunteers coming in!
[03:36.01]we've come to fight and to die for you.
[03:38.98]Stand up, man. I'm not the pope.
[03:42.02]My name is Faudron. My sword is yours.
[03:44.79]I brought you this.
[03:46.12][Man] We checked them for arms.
[03:48.56]I brought you this.
[03:50.52]My wife made it for you.
[03:59.40]Him? That cart be William Wallace.
[04:01.94]I'm prettier than this man.
[04:06.94]All right, Father. I'll ask him.
[04:12.95]If I risk my neck for you,
[04:16.05]will I get a chance to kill Englishmen?
[04:18.25]Is your father a ghost,
[04:20.25]or do you converse with the Almighty?
[04:22.82]To find his equal, an Irishman talks to God.
[04:25.66]The Almighty says don't change the subject.
[04:28.33]Just answer the fucking question.
[04:30.16]Mind your tongue.
[04:36.27]Smart enough to get a dagger past your guards, old man.
[04:40.61]That's my friend, Irishman,
[04:42.68]and the answer to your question is yes.
[04:45.35]You fight for me, you get to kill the English.
[04:49.72]Stephen is my name.
[04:51.22]I'm the most wanted man on my island,
[04:54.22]except I'm not on my island, of course.
[04:57.22]More's the pity.
[04:58.73]Your island? You mean Ireland?
[05:01.53]Yeah. It's mine.
[05:07.00]You're a madman.
[05:10.37]Ha ha ha!
[05:11.97]Ha ha ha!
[05:15.74]I've come to the right place, then.
[06:38.06]Sure didn't the Almighty send me to watch your back?
[06:43.60]I didn't like him anyway.
[06:48.87]He wasn't right in the head.
[07:05.15]It's several runners!
[07:18.20]The English are advancing an army toward Stirling.
[07:22.00]Do the nobles rally?
[07:23.17]Roben't the Bruce and most of the others
[07:25.01]will not commit to battle,
[07:26.44]but word has spread,
[07:28.18]and the Highlanders are coming down on their own.
[07:31.18]In droves of hundreds and thousands.
[07:33.45]Are you ready for a war?
[07:52.70]We're outnumbered, at least three to one.
[07:54.70]How many horse?
[07:56.04]300. Maybe more.
[07:57.14]300 heavy horse?
[07:58.71]We must negotiate.
[08:00.17]Who's in command?
[08:01.98]Did he have a scarlet chevron?
[08:04.48]Aye, he did.
[08:05.98]We can still negotiate.
[08:11.49]What are they talking about?
[08:13.99]I cart hear, but it does not look good.
[08:17.49]The nobles will negotiate.
[08:19.49]They'll do a deal,
[08:21.50]then we go home.
[08:23.50]If not, we charge.
[08:25.80]We have no chance.
[08:31.04][Rumbling Drawing Closer]
[09:33.50]I didn't come here to fight
[09:35.50]so they could own more lands.
[09:37.50]Then I'll have to work for them.
[09:42.18]All right, lads! I'm not dying for these bastards.
[09:45.01]Let's go home!
[10:05.50]Stop, men! Do not flee!
[10:09.14]Wait until we've negotiated!
[11:06.46]Cart be. Not tall enough.
[11:29.45]The Almighty says this must be a fashionable fight.
[11:32.32]It's drawn the finest people.
[11:34.15]Where is thy salute?
[11:36.16]For presenting yourselves on this battlefield,
[11:38.16]I give you thanks.
[11:39.63]This is our army.
[11:40.99]To join it, you give homage.
[11:42.76]I give homage to Scotland,
[11:45.27]and if this is your army...
[11:48.94]why does it go?
[11:50.60]We didn't come here to fight for them!
[11:53.01][Shouting in Agreement]
[11:56.94]Home! The English are too many.
[12:07.79]Sons of Scotland...
[12:10.46]I am William Wallace.
[12:13.09]William Wallace is 7 feet tall.
[12:14.96]Yes. I've heard.
[12:16.46]He kills men by the hundreds,
[12:18.97]and if he were here, he'd consume the English
[12:21.97]with fireballs from his eyes
[12:23.97]and bolts of lightning from his arse.
[12:29.98]I am William Wallace...
[12:32.98]and I see a whole army of my countrymen
[12:37.48]here in defiance of tyranny.
[12:43.99]You've come to fight as free men.
[12:48.50]And free men you are.
[12:53.50]What will you do with that freedom?
[12:57.94]Will you fight?
[12:59.51]- No! - No!
[13:01.74]- No! - No!
[13:02.54]Against that? No!
[13:04.78]We will run, and we will live.
[13:09.42]Fight, and you may die.
[13:12.42]Run, and you'll live...
[13:15.42]at least awhile.
[13:19.83]And dying in your beds many years from now,
[13:23.93]would you be willing to trade
[13:27.57]all the days from this day to that
[13:30.44]for one chance... just one chance...
[13:33.31]to come back here and tell our enemies
[13:36.28]that they may take our lives,
[13:38.95]but they'll never take our freedom?
[14:09.84]They seem quite optimistic to me.
[14:11.58]Maybe they do want to fight.
[14:13.15]Confrontation might be a foregone conclusion, milord,
[14:17.92]I think we should deliver the king's terms.
[14:20.39]The king's terms? He'll never live up to them.
[14:23.06]Milord, I think...
[14:25.53]All right. Offer them the terms.
[14:31.13][Craig] Shall we go and meet them?
[14:33.03][Mornay] Let me do the talking.
[14:43.44]Now what do we do?
[14:46.95]Just be yourselves.
[14:48.88]Where are you going?
[14:51.05]I'm going to pick a fi ght.
[15:00.26]Well, we didn't get dressed up for nothing.
[15:06.27]Mornay, Lochlan, Craig.
[15:12.24]Here are the king's terms...
[15:14.98]Lead this army off the field...
[15:21.18]and he will give you each estates in Yorkshire,
[15:27.09]including hereditary title,
[15:28.76]from which you will pay...
[15:32.36]from which you will pay him an annual duty...
[15:34.39]I have an offer foryou.
[15:36.46]Cheltham, this is William Wallace.
[15:38.30]From which you will pay the king an annual duty...
[15:42.14]I said I have an offer foryou.
[15:43.97]You disrespect a banner oftruce?
[15:45.54]From his king? Absolutely.
[15:48.44]Here are Scotland's terms...
[15:50.51]Loweryour flags and march
[15:53.41]straight back to England,
[15:54.92]stopping at every home you pass by
[15:56.45]to beg forgiveness
[15:57.68]for 100 years oftheft, rape, and murder.
[15:59.95]Do that, and your men shall live.
[16:03.29]Do it not, and every one of you will die today.
[16:07.29]Ha ha ha ha!
[16:13.97]You are outmatched.
[16:15.64]You have no heavy cavalry.
[16:17.97]In two centuries, no army has won...
[16:20.77]I'm not finished!
[16:23.88]Before we let you leave,
[16:25.98]your commander must cross that field,
[16:28.78]present himself before this army,
[16:31.48]put his head between his legs,
[16:33.49]and kiss his own arse.
[16:45.70]I'd say that was rather less cordial than he's used to.
[16:49.17]Be ready and do exactly as I say.
[16:50.97]On my signal,
[16:52.61]ride round behind our position and flank them.
[16:55.74]We must not divide our forces.
[16:57.38]Do it, and let the English see you do it.
[17:00.31]They'll think we run away.
[17:02.28]Take out their archers. I'll meet you in the middle.
[17:25.97][Praying In Latin]
[17:34.48]I want this Wallace's heart on a plate.
[19:43.88]The Lord tells me he can get me out of this mess,
[19:47.21]but He's pretty sure you're fucked.
[19:51.18]Ha ha ha!
[20:36.33]See. Every Scot with a horse is fleeing.
[20:39.03]Our cavalry will ride them down like grass.
[20:41.94]Send the horse.
[23:20.29]Send the infantry.
[23:21.89]You lead them!
[27:56.04][Everyone Shouting] Wallace! Wallace!
[28:18.86]I knight thee Sire William Wallace.
[28:26.23]Sire William, in the name of God,
[28:29.24]we declare and appoint thee
[28:30.87]guardian and high protector of Scotland
[28:32.71]and thy captains as aides-de-camp.
[28:36.64]Stand and be recognized.
[28:48.69]Does anyone know his politics?
[28:50.89]No, but his weight with the commoners
[28:52.99]could unbalance everything.
[28:55.53]The Balliols will kiss his arse,
[28:57.73]and so we must.
[29:13.55]inasmuch as you and your captains
[29:16.55]hail from a region
[29:18.52]long known to support the Balliol clan,
[29:21.99]may we invite you to continue your support
[29:25.52]and uphold our rightful claim.
[29:27.16]Damn the Balliol clan!
[29:30.03]They're all Longshanks' men!
[29:36.37]Now is the time to declare a king.
[29:39.31]You're prepared to recognize our legitimate succession?
[29:42.48]You're the ones who won't suppon't the rightful...
[29:44.64]Those were lies...
[29:46.28]Oh, no. That's the truth.
[29:48.55]I demand recognition of these documents!
[29:50.88]These documents were lies when you wrote them!
[29:54.89]Gentlemen, please! Gentlemen!
[29:59.36]Wait! Sire William, where are you going?
[30:03.33]We have beaten the English,
[30:06.33]but they'll come back
[30:08.17]because you won't stand together.
[30:10.50]What will you do?
[30:12.84]I will invade England
[30:14.84]and defeat the English on their own ground.
[30:18.04]Ha ha ha! Invade? That's impossible.
[30:23.35]Why is that impossible?
[30:25.08]You're so concerned with squabbling
[30:27.15]for the scraps from Longshanks' table
[30:29.86]that you've missed your God-given right
[30:33.56]to something better.
[30:34.93]There's a difference between us.
[30:36.93]You think the people of this country exist
[30:38.93]to provide you with position.
[30:40.93]I think your position exists
[30:42.94]to provide those people with freedom,
[30:45.87]and I go to make sure that they have it.
[31:07.16]I respect what you said,
[31:09.23]but remember that these men
[31:11.20]have lands and castles.
[31:12.93]It's much to risk.
[31:14.93]The common man that bleeds on the battlefield...
[31:17.17]does he risk less?
[31:24.34]but from top to bottom,
[31:26.35]this country has got no sense of itself.
[31:28.85]Its nobles share allegiance with England.
[31:31.35]Its clans war with each other.
[31:35.19]If you make enemies on both sides of the border,
[31:37.86]you'll end up dead.
[31:39.36]We all end up dead.
[31:41.36]It's just a question of how and why.
[31:43.70]I want what you want,
[31:45.60]but we need the nobles.
[31:47.47]We need them?
[31:51.60]Tell me, what does that mean... to be noble?
[31:54.40]Your title gives you claim
[31:56.07]to the throne of our country,
[31:57.94]but men don't follow titles,
[31:59.87]they follow courage.
[32:01.41]Now, our people know you.
[32:03.51]Noble and common... they respect you,
[32:06.01]and if you would just lead them to freedom...
[32:11.38]they'd follow you.
[32:15.12]And so would I.
[32:40.05]My sodomite cousin the prince tells me
[32:41.88]he has no troops to lend,
[32:43.88]and every town in Northern England is begging for help.
[32:49.69]To which town?
[32:51.19]To here, milord.
[32:53.06]Bring the provisions inside!
[32:54.43]Double the wall guards! Seal the gate! Now!
[32:57.70]Bring in the provisions!
[33:30.36]Sire, we can get you out if you leave now.
[33:33.06]I'm not about to tell my uncle
[33:34.87]I've lost him the greatest city in Northern England.
[34:54.35]Make way for the king!
[35:04.46]It's not your fault.
[35:06.96]Stand up to him!
[35:08.96]I will stand up to him and more.
[35:49.00]What news of the north?
[35:52.00]Nothing new, Your Majesty.
[35:53.87]We've sent riders to speed any word.
[35:56.81]I heard the word in France,
[35:59.31]where I was fighting to expand your future kingdom.
[36:02.41]The word, my son,
[36:04.78]is that our entire northern army is annihilated...
[36:10.16]and you have done nothing.
[36:12.59]L-I have ordered conscriptions.
[36:14.59]They're assembled and ready to depart.
[36:19.23]Excuse me, sire, but there's a very urgent message from York.
[36:33.34]Thank you, sire.
[36:36.92]Uh, W-Wallace has sacked York.
[36:41.32]Wallace has sacked York.
[37:00.24]thy own nephew.
[37:02.37]What beast could do such a thing?
[37:06.88]If he can sack York...
[37:10.72]he can invade Lower England.
[37:13.22]We would stop him!
[37:17.39]Who is this person who speaks to me
[37:20.66]as though I needed his advice?
[37:23.90]I have declared Phillip my high counselor.
[37:27.00]Is he qualified?
[37:28.40]I am skilled in the arts of war
[37:31.24]and military tactics, sire.
[37:36.41]Then tell me... what advice would you offer
[37:39.28]on the, uh, present, uh,
[38:13.88]I shall offer a truce...
[38:17.38]and buy him off.
[38:21.39]But who will go to him?
[38:25.89]If I fell under the sword of that murderer,
[38:28.89]it might be my head in a basket.
[38:31.90]And not my gentle son.
[38:36.60]The mere sight of him
[38:38.60]would only encourage an enemy to take over the whole country.
[38:44.41]So whom do I send?
[38:51.42]Whom do I send?
[40:17.37]Yes, you are.
[40:21.01]And you must wake.
[40:32.02]I don't want to wake.
[40:34.52]I want to stay here with you.
[40:39.19]And I with you...
[40:41.53]but you must wake now.
[40:47.03]Wake up, William.
[40:53.10]William, wake up, wake up.
[40:56.47]A royal entourage comes!
[40:59.04]Flying banners of truce!
[41:00.55]And the standards of Longshanks himself!
[41:46.66]I am the princess of Wales.
[41:49.16]I come as the king's servant
[41:51.53]and with his authority.
[41:52.96]To do what?
[41:54.73]To discuss the king's proposals.
[42:00.30]Will you speak with a woman?
[42:22.26]I understand you have recently been given the rank of knight.
[42:25.93]I have been given nothing.
[42:28.00]God makes men what they are.
[42:30.27]Did God make you the sacker of peaceful cities?
[42:34.11]The executioner of the king's nephew,
[42:36.61]my husband's own cousin?
[42:38.51]York was the staging point
[42:40.51]for every invasion of my country,
[42:43.01]and that royal cousin hanged innocent Scots,
[42:45.52]even women and children from the city walls.
[42:52.02]Well, Longshanks did far worse
[42:53.96]the last time he took a Scottish city.
[43:15.41]You ask your king to his face.
[43:21.19]You see if his eyes can convince you of the truth.
[43:33.00]Hamilton, leave us.
[43:38.44]Leave us. Now.
[43:51.02]Let us talk plainly.
[43:53.45]You invade England,
[43:54.95]but you cannot complete the conquest
[43:57.46]so far from your shelter and supply.
[44:00.96]The king desires peace.
[44:03.63]Longshanks desires peace?
[44:06.63]He declares it to me. I swear it.
[44:08.97]He proposes that you withdraw your attack.
[44:11.80]In return, he grants you title, estates,
[44:13.97]and this chest of gold,
[44:15.57]which I am to pay to you personally.
[44:17.64]A lordship and titles...
[44:21.48]that I should become Judas?
[44:23.25]Peace is made in such ways.
[44:25.42]Slaves are made in such ways!
[44:29.99]The last time Longshanks spoke of peace,
[44:32.49]I was a boy,
[44:33.99]and many Scottish nobles,
[44:35.49]who would not be slaves,
[44:36.99]were lured by him, under a flag of truce,
[44:39.50]to a barn... where he had them hanged.
[44:43.60]I was very young,
[44:45.10]but I remember Longshanks' notion of peace.
[44:51.78]I understand you have suffered.
[44:56.01]I know... about your woman.
[45:10.03]She was my wife.
[45:14.53]We married in secret
[45:16.53]because I would not share her with an English lord.
[45:20.54]They killed her... to get to me.
[45:29.05]I have never spoken of it.
[45:32.05]I don't know why I tell you now,
[45:38.06]I see her strength in you.
[45:46.56]One day, you'll be a queen...
[45:50.57]And you must open your eyes.
[46:00.51]You tell your king that William Wallace
[46:03.51]will not be ruled...
[46:05.52]and nor will any Scot while I live.
[46:41.17]Ah, my son's loyal wife returns
[46:44.67]unkilled by the heathen.
[46:46.38]So he accepted our bribe?
[46:48.21]No, he did not.
[46:51.35]Then why does he stay?
[46:53.62]My scouts tell me that he has not advanced.
[46:57.15]He waits for you at York.
[46:59.22]He says he will attack no more towns or cities
[47:02.23]if you are man enough to come and face him.
[47:07.26]The Welsh bowmen will not be detected
[47:11.73]arriving so far around his flank.
[47:15.24]The main force of our armies from France
[47:18.24]will land here
[47:19.81]to the north of Edinburgh.
[47:21.81]Conscripts from Ireland will approach from the southwest...
[47:28.25]Welsh bowmen? Troops from France? Irish conscripts?
[47:30.75]Even if you dispatch them today,
[47:32.76]they'd take weeks to assemble.
[47:34.62]I dispatched them before I sent your wife.
[47:43.27]So our little ruse succeeded.
[47:47.87]And while this upstart
[47:49.37]awaits my arrival in York,
[47:51.21]my forces will have arrived in Edinburgh behind him.
[47:56.25]You spoke with this, uh, Wallace in private.
[48:06.52]what kind of man is he?
[48:09.39]A mindless barbarian.
[48:13.23]Not a king like you, milord.
[48:18.73]You may return to your embroidery.
[48:22.74]You brought back the money, of course.
[48:29.75]No. I gave it to ease the suffering
[48:32.25]of the children of this war.
[48:34.92][Laughing And Coughing]
[48:37.39]That's what happens when, you send a woman.
[48:41.76]Forgive me, sire.
[48:43.26]I thought that generosity
[48:44.76]might demonstrate your greatness
[48:46.26]to those you mean to rule.
[48:52.27]My greatness will be better demonstrated
[48:55.71]when Wallace returns to Scotland
[48:58.64]and finds his country in ashes.
[49:07.22]There's riders approaching!
[49:15.42]Personal escort of the princess.
[49:22.57]Must have made an impression.
[49:25.74]I didn't think you were in the tent that long.
[49:35.75]Un message de ma maitresse.
[50:04.71]It's true! English ships are moving up from the south!
[50:08.04]I don't know about the Welsh yet,
[50:09.61]but the Irish have landed!
[50:11.61]I had to see it before I could believe it.
[50:14.72]Why are the Irish fighting with the English?
[50:16.69]I wouldn't worry about them.
[50:18.82]Didn't I tell you before? It's my island.
[50:22.69]Hamish, ride ahead to Edinburgh
[50:24.69]and assemble the council.
[50:33.74]My island! Yup!
[50:36.91]You want to negotiate?
[50:38.41]No, please, gentlemen!
[50:39.68]Lords, Craig is right!
[50:42.14]This time our only option
[50:44.01]is to negotiate.
[50:46.35]Unless you want to see Edinburgh razed to the ground...
[50:54.69]My army has marched for more days
[50:57.19]than I can remember,
[50:58.49]and we still have preparations to make,
[51:00.96]so I'll make this plain.
[51:03.20]We require every soldier you can summon...
[51:06.70]your personal escorts, even yourselves...
[51:09.67]and we need them now.
[51:13.21]With such a force arrayed against us,
[51:15.21]it's time to discuss other options.
[51:18.71]Don't you wish at least to lead your men
[51:22.22]onto the field
[51:23.72]and barter a better deal with Longshanks
[51:26.22]before you tuck tail and run?
[51:29.13]We cart defeat this army!
[51:31.69]And we will!
[51:35.73]We won at Stirling... and still you quibble!
[51:39.57]We won at York, and you would not support us.
[51:42.74]If you'll not stand up with us now,
[51:45.24]then I say you're cowards.
[51:51.95]And if you're Scotsmen,
[51:54.68]I'm ashamed to call myself one.
[51:57.19]Please, Sire William, speak with me alone.
[52:02.69]I beg you.
[52:07.20]Now, you've achieved more than anyone ever dreamed,
[52:10.20]but fighting these odds,
[52:11.70]it looks like rage, not courage.
[52:14.20]It's well beyond rage.
[52:20.91]In the name of Christ, help yourselves!
[52:25.18]Now is our chance. Now.
[52:27.18]If we join, we can win.
[52:29.52]If we win, we'll have what none of us ever had before...
[52:33.72]a country of our own.
[52:37.23]You're the rightful leader.
[52:39.43]And there is strength in you, I see it.
[52:52.68]Unite the clans.
[53:09.19]This cannot be the way.
[53:11.46]You said yourself...
[53:13.73]the nobles will not support Wallace.
[53:18.20]So how did it help us
[53:20.20]to join the side that is slaughtered?
[53:23.21]I gave him my word.
[53:33.22]I know it is hard.
[53:35.72]Being a leader is.
[53:39.52]But, son... son...
[53:43.73]look at me.
[53:52.40]I cannot be king.
[53:54.17]You and you alone can rule Scotland.
[53:57.74]What I tell you, you must do.
[54:00.74]Not for me, not for yourself,
[54:03.68]for your country.
[54:21.66]Eh, lads, make way.
[54:23.17]Coming through here.
[54:31.67]Make way, lads.
[54:38.68]The Bruce is not coming, William.
[54:45.02]Mornay and Lochlan have come.
[54:48.96]So will the Bruce.
[54:53.46]Quite the lovely... gathering.
[54:58.20]Wouldn't you agree?
[55:02.94]The archers are ready, sire.
[55:05.07]Not the archers.
[55:06.58]My scouts tell me their archers are miles away
[55:10.08]and no threat to us.
[55:12.08]Arrows cost money. Use up the Irish.
[55:14.55]The dead cost nothing.
[55:15.85]And send in the infantry and cavalry.
[56:53.15]Ah, good to see you this morning!
[57:01.26]Glad to have you with us.
[59:16.69]I gave Mornay double his lands in Scotland
[59:19.60]and matching estates in England.
[59:21.70]Lochlan turned for much less.
[59:26.70]I beg pardon, sire.
[59:28.20]Won't we hit our own troops?
[59:34.21]but we'll hit theirs as well.
[59:36.15]We have reserves.
[60:21.29]Send in our reinforcements.
[60:24.09]Send in the rest!
[00:00.00]Bring me Wallace.
[00:03.10]Alive, if possible.
[00:05.10]Dead... just as good.
[00:07.10]Send us news of our victory.
[00:09.77]Shall we retire?
[01:36.86]Protect the king.
[03:50.53]Get him out of here!
[05:04.27]Let me be.
[05:13.61]You're going to live.
[05:16.91]I've lived long enough to live free.
[05:20.72]Proud to see you become the man you are.
[05:31.06]I'm a happy man.
[07:22.00]I'm the one who's rotting,
[07:25.04]but I think your face looks graver than mine.
[07:40.52]we must have alliance with England
[07:43.02]to prevail here.
[07:45.26]You achieved that.
[07:47.53]You saved your family,
[07:49.03]increased your land.
[07:51.77]In time, you will have all the power in Scotland.
[07:56.91]Lands, titles, men, power... nothing.
[08:04.41]I have nothing.
[08:07.42]Men fight for me...
[08:08.92]because if they do not, I throw them off my land
[08:12.05]and I starve their wives and their children.
[08:15.46]Those men who bled the ground red at Falkirk...
[08:21.50]they fought for William Wallace,
[08:23.50]and he fights for something that I've never had.
[08:28.87]And I took it from him when I betrayed him,
[08:32.87]and I saw it in his face on the battlefield,
[08:36.88]and it's tearing me apart!
[08:38.88]Well, all men betray, all lose heart.
[08:42.18]I don't want to lose heart!
[08:48.02]I want to believe... as he does.
[08:59.03]I will never be on the wrong side again.
[10:19.65]There he is! After him!
[10:50.28]Lord Craig, is it true about Mornay?
[10:53.58]Aye. Wallace rode into his bedchamber and killed him.
[10:58.69]More a liability now than ever he was.
[11:01.69]And there's no telling who'll be next.
[11:17.47]It doesn't matter.
[11:21.14]I'm serious, Robert.
[11:22.64]So am I!
[11:39.39]Search the place!
[11:53.11]William Wallace killed 50 men.
[11:56.01]50 if it was one.
[11:59.75]with his own sword.
[12:01.25]Cut through them like...
[12:03.15]Moses through the Red Sea.
[12:38.49]His legend grows.
[12:41.19]It will be worse than before.
[12:44.03]He rallies new volunteers in every Scottish town,
[12:47.03]and when he replenishes his numbers...
[12:49.00]They're sheep! Mere sheep!
[12:53.17]Easily dispersed if we strike the shepherd.
[12:58.51]Pick a flock of your finest assassins
[13:02.01]and set a meeting.
[13:03.51]Milord, Wallace is renowned
[13:06.85]for his ability to smell an ambush.
[13:12.02]If what Lord Hamilton tells me is correct,
[13:15.96]he warmed to our future queen.
[13:17.96]He would trust her.
[13:21.43]So we'll dispatch her with the notion
[13:23.80]that she comes in peace.
[13:25.20]Milord, the princess might be taken hostage
[13:28.07]or her life be put in jeopardy.
[13:30.47]Oh, my son would be most distressed by that.
[13:34.14]Uh, but in truth, if she were to be killed,
[13:37.85]we would soon find the king of France
[13:41.75]a useful ally against the Scots.
[13:45.69]You see, as king,
[13:48.99]you must find the good in any situation.
[14:20.05]It's William Wallace, sure.
[14:22.89]He's giving up his sword.
[16:11.50]I received your message.
[16:26.51]This is... the second time
[16:29.02]you've warned me of danger.
[16:34.62]There will be a new shipment of supplies
[16:37.53]coming north next month... foods and weapons.
[16:44.03]Why do you help me?
[16:52.04]Why do you help me?
[16:55.58]Because of the way you are looking at me now.
[18:50.89]Just when we thought all hope was lost,
[18:53.53]our noble saviors have arrived.
[18:58.47]Off with their... hoods.
[19:05.97]Sire William, we've come to seek a meeting.
[19:08.78]Well, what's the point?
[19:11.48]You've all sworn loyalty to Longshanks.
[19:13.81]An oath to a liar is no oath at all.
[19:16.52]Every man of us is ready to swear loyalty to you.
[19:19.35]So let the council swear publicly.
[19:21.56]We cannot. Some scarcely believe you're alive.
[19:25.49]Others think you'll pay them Mornay's wages.
[19:28.00]So we bid you to Edinburgh.
[19:29.96]Meet us two days from now.
[19:31.50]Pledge us your pardon, and we'll unite behind you.
[19:34.00]Scotland will be one.
[19:35.50]One? You mean us and you.
[19:40.74]I mean this.
[19:44.85]It's the pledge of Robert the Bruce.
[19:56.86]You do know it's a trap. Tell him.
[19:58.99]If the Bruce wanted to kill you,
[20:00.96]he'd have done it at Falkirk.
[20:03.73]I know. I saw.
[20:06.53]Leave him aside. What about the others?
[20:08.97]Nest of scheming bastards!
[20:10.70]They couldn't agree on the color of shite!
[20:12.97]It's a trap. Are you blind?
[20:14.64]Look at us.
[20:16.98]We've got to try.
[20:18.98]We cart do this alone.
[20:21.48]Joining the nobles is the only hope for our people.
[20:23.98]You know what happens if we don't take that chance?
[20:30.93]I don't want to be a martyr.
[20:33.49]Nor I. I want to live.
[20:35.50]I want a home and children and peace.
[20:40.37]Aye, I do.
[20:42.00]I've asked God for those things.
[20:44.00]It's all for nothing if you don't have freedom.
[20:46.34]That's just a dream, William.
[20:48.68]A dream? Just a...
[20:50.51]Well, then what have we been doing all this time?
[20:54.45]We've lived that dream.
[20:56.22]Your dream isn't about freedom.
[20:58.45]It's about Murron.
[21:00.12]Your dream is to be a hero 'cause you think she sees you.
[21:03.56]I don't think she sees me. I know she does.
[21:06.89]And your father sees you, too.
[21:22.01]Get up. Give us your hand.
[21:27.45]Shall I come with you?
[21:31.45]No. I'll go alone.
[21:34.66]I'll see you after.
[21:43.46]Sooner rather than later, I hope.
[21:52.97]He won't come.
[21:55.91]I know he will.
[22:10.92]Milord, he approaches!
[23:05.01]Stay out of it, Robert!
[23:06.91]Aah! You lied! You lied!
[23:13.92]Bruce is not to be hurt! That's the arrangement!
[23:32.57]You rotting bastard!
[23:42.45]Longshanks acquired Wallace.
[23:45.95]So did our nobles.
[23:47.62]That was the price of your crown.
[23:53.96]I want you to die!
[23:55.66]Soon enough I'll be dead, and you'll be king.
[24:00.53]I don't want anything from you.
[24:03.47]You're not a man!
[24:05.97]You're not my father.
[24:11.98]You're my son, and you've always known my mind.
[24:16.65]You deceived me.
[24:20.05]You let yourself be deceived.
[24:22.06]In your heart, you always knew what had to happen here.
[24:29.50]Thus, you know what it means to hate.
[24:38.01]Now you're ready to be a king.
[24:40.51]My hate will die... with you.
[24:53.02]you stand in taint of high treason.
[24:58.16]Against your king.
[25:00.96]Have you anything to say?
[25:03.03]Never in my whole life...
[25:07.97]did I swear allegiance to him.
[25:10.34]It matters not. He is your king.
[25:16.88]Confess, and you may receive a quick death.
[25:20.48]Deny, and you must be purified by pain.
[25:24.12]Do you confess?
[25:27.12]Do you confess?
[25:36.50]Then on the morrow,
[25:38.50]you shall receive your purification.
[25:53.51]I will see the prisoner.
[25:54.95]We've got orders from the king...
[25:56.95]The king will be dead in a month.
[25:58.95]His son is a weakling.
[26:00.45]Who do you think will rule this kingdom?
[26:02.46]Now open this door.
[26:12.53]Come on, filth. Up on your feet.
[26:18.64]I said, leave me!
[26:35.02]Sire, I come to beg you...
[26:42.50]to confess all and swear allegiance to the king
[26:45.50]that he might show you mercy.
[26:47.57]Will he show mercy to my country?
[26:50.34]Mercy is to die quickly,
[26:53.51]perhaps even live in a tower.
[26:56.44]In time, who knows what can happen...
[26:59.45]if you can only live?
[27:06.45]If I swear to him,
[27:09.46]then all that I am is dead already.
[27:21.97]You will die. It will be awful.
[27:24.44]Every man dies.
[27:28.98]Not every man really lives.
[27:39.99]It will dull your pain.
[27:42.49]No. It will numb my wits.
[27:45.36]I must have them all.
[27:48.00]For if I'm senseless, or if I wail,
[27:50.00]then Longshanks will have broken me.
[27:53.50]I cart bear the thought of your torture.
[28:51.29]I have come to beg for the life of William Wallace.
[28:56.86]You're quite taken with him, aren't you?
[29:01.10]I respect him.
[29:05.37]At worst, he was a worthy enemy.
[29:07.71]Show mercy, O thou great king,
[29:09.61]and win the respect of your own people.
[29:21.39]Even now... you are incapable of mercy.
[29:38.91]To you, that word is as unfamiliar as love.
[29:42.11]Before he lost his powers of speech,
[29:44.91]he told me his one comfort was that
[29:47.41]he would live to know Wallace was dead.
[30:11.87]death comes to us all.
[30:23.62]But before it comes to you,
[30:29.89]Your blood dies with you.
[30:33.89]A child who is not of your line grows in my belly.
[30:40.90]Your son will not sit long on the throne, I swear it.
[31:12.33][Crowd Oohing And Ahhing]
[31:21.88]I'm so afraid.
[31:31.89]Give me the strength... to die well.
[31:59.85]Here he comes!
[33:30.40]Now behold the awful price of treason!
[33:40.88]You will fall to your knees now.
[33:44.72]Declare yourself the king's loyal subject
[33:48.39]and beg his mercy.
[33:57.90]And you shall have it.
[34:38.44]That's it! Stretch him!
[35:23.95]Rise to your knees,
[35:25.45]kiss the royal emblem on my cloak,
[35:29.42]and you will feel no more.
[38:03.34]It can all end right now.
[38:12.35]Just say it.
[38:14.05]Cry out... mercy.
[38:29.40]- Mercy! - Mercy!
[38:38.58]- Mercy! - Mercy!
[38:43.68][Crowd In Distance]
[38:45.25]Just say it...
[38:49.26]- Mercy! - Mercy!
[39:13.85]Mercy. Jesus, now say it.
[39:22.52]The prisoner wishes to say a word.
[39:26.06]- Mercy! - Mercy!
[41:40.06]After the beheading,
[41:43.86]William Wallace's body was torn to pieces.
[41:49.87]His head was set on London Bridge,
[41:52.87]his arms and legs sent to the four corners of Britain
[41:59.81]as a warning.
[42:01.81]It did not have the effect that Longshanks planned.
[42:06.82]Andl... Robert the Bruce...
[42:11.32]rode out topay homage to the armies of the English king
[42:16.63]and accept his endorsement of my crown.
[42:19.97]I hope you've washed your arse this morning.
[42:22.60]It's about to be kissed by a king.
[42:54.50][Craig] Come. Let's get it over with.
[43:28.33]You have bled with Wallace!
[43:37.34]Now bleed with me.
[44:46.41][William] In the year of our Lord, 1314,
[44:49.42]patriots of Scotland, starving and outnumbered,
[44:53.42]charged the fields of Bannockburn.
[44:57.86]They fought like warrior poets,
[45:00.86]they fought like Scotsmen...
[45:03.86]and won their freedom
[45:10.74]Subripped/Adjusted/Checked :firstname.lastname@example.org 2006.03.30 Readjusted : Frank 2006.06.24 Re Split & Sync : jzz 2007.04.30