The movie Braveheaert is a Scottish tale. It starts off by showing Scottish men and
women going into a meeting in a barn to discuss truce amongst the war that they are
having with the English. What they didn't know was that they were being lowered into a
trap where they were hung. William as a young boy saw what had happened to them. His
father was a leader in the rebel forces of the Scottish to try to help free his people from the
English king. On an occasion, his father goes off to fight but never makes it out alive.
William is a young boy and his anger inside of him is growing. At his father's funeral, his
uncle from his mom's side comes to take him away and teach him the arts of war, how to
read Latin, and to speak other languages as well. The story never really talks about his
mother. He is an orphan and his uncle came to take him away. Many years now pass and
William Wallace returns home as grown well mannered and taught man. He seeks the love
of his life and finds her, many years after he left. There's one problem. His love's father is
now a rebel leader as well and the only way that he can be with is if he joins the rebels.
William only wants to make a family and live in peace. He in secret dates her and
eventually marries her. But the English knew who he was, and killed his wife to get to
him. William goes on a rampage and kills the guards and the lord of the town with the
other rebels. From that moment on, William is now the leader of the Scottish people.
William now fights to defend his...
"More than a Icon". This essay explains Marlene Dietrich's significance as a movie star and her role in the 1930's.
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Movie Stars of the 1920s -- this is essay is about a couple different movie stars from the 1920s. some of the stars are Clara Bow, Charlie Chaplin, Lon Chaney and Louise Brooks
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Influence of a Legend: Marilyn Monroe Discusses Marilyn's life and her influence through the years. Includes bibliography and outline.
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