Braveheart: From Hollywood to Holyrood

Braveheart From Hollywood to Holyrood Braveheart reached a global audience with its powerful re telling of the almost forgotten story of William Wallace and his struggle to defend Scotland s freedom Described as the most politically influ

  • Title: Braveheart: From Hollywood to Holyrood
  • Author: Lin Anderson
  • ISBN: 9781842820667
  • Page: 393
  • Format: Paperback
  • Braveheart reached a global audience with its powerful re telling of the almost forgotten story of William Wallace and his struggle to defend Scotland s freedom Described as the most politically influential movie of the 20th century , it also had a part to play in the political change that swept Scotland, mobilising public opinion to aid the return of a Scottish ParliameBraveheart reached a global audience with its powerful re telling of the almost forgotten story of William Wallace and his struggle to defend Scotland s freedom Described as the most politically influential movie of the 20th century , it also had a part to play in the political change that swept Scotland, mobilising public opinion to aid the return of a Scottish Parliament after a gap of 300 years Braveheart From Hollywood to Holyrood is the first book about this movie phenomenon, discussing the life and legacy of William Wallace through the modern image of the hero as presented in the film Written with the co operation of Randall Wallace, author of the screenplay and novelisation of Braveheart, and including never before published photographs, this is the long awaited handbook for Braveheart fans around the world.

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    1 thought on “Braveheart: From Hollywood to Holyrood”

    1. Lin's book is interesting for the movie and Wallace trivia it contains despite the fact that it is poorly written for a professional novelist.

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