Braveheart

Braveheart

178 mins | Drama, Action, War, History | March 14, 1995

Enraged at the slaughter of Murron, his new bride and childhood love, Scottish warrior William Wallace slays a platoon of the local English lord's soldiers. This leads the village to revolt and, eventually, the entire country to rise up against English rule.

Braveheart

178 mins | Drama, Action, War, History | March 14, 1995

Braveheart
Enraged at the slaughter of Murron, his new bride and childhood love, Scottish warrior William Wallace slays a platoon of the local English lord's soldiers. This leads the village to revolt and, eventually, the entire country to rise up against English rule.
IMDb rating 8.4
Producers Icon Entertainment International, The Ladd Company, B.H. Finance C.V.
Original title Braveheart
Directors Mel Gibson, Matt Earl Beesley, David Tomblin, Sally Jones, David Carrigan, Kieron Phipps, Kate Hazell, Patrick Kinney, Paul Gray, Trevor Puckle, Charlotte Somers, Paul Barnes, Peter Agnew
Writers Randall Wallace

Cast

Mel Gibson

as William Wallace

Catherine McCormack

as Murron MacClannough

Sophie Marceau

as Princess Isabelle

Patrick McGoohan

as King Edward

Angus Macfadyen

as Robert the Bruce

Brendan Gleeson

as Hamish Campbell

James Robinson

as Young William Wallace

James Cosmo

as Campbell

Sean McGinley

as MacClannough

Gerda Stevenson

as Mother MacClannough

Mhairi Calvey

as Young Murron MacClannough

Jeanne Marine

as Nicolette

Sean Lawlor

as Malcolm Wallace

Sandy Nelson

as John Wallace

Alan Tall

as Elder Stewart

Andrew Weir

as Young Hamish Campbell

Brian Cox

as Argyle Wallace

Peter Hanly

as Edward, Prince of Wales

Stephen Billington

as Phillip

Tommy Flanagan

as Morrison

Rupert Vansittart

as Lord Bottoms

Tam White

as MacGregor

Ian Bannen

as Robert Bruce Sr.

David O'Hara

as Stephen, Irish Fighter

Peter Mullan

as Veteran

David Gant

as Chief Justice/Executioner

Malcolm Tierney

as Magistrate

Martin Murphy

as Lord Talmadge

Gerard McSorley

as Cheltham

Bernard Horsfall

as Balliol

Richard Leaf

as Governor of York

Liam Carney

as Sean

Ralph Riach

as Priest No. 1

Barry McGovern

as King's Advisor

John Kavanagh

as Craig

Alun Armstrong

as Mornay

Julie Austin

as Mrs. Morrison

Alex Norton

as Bride's Father

Michael Byrne

as Smythe

William Scott-Masson

as Corporal

Dean Lopata

as Madbaker / Flagman

Donal Gibson

as Stewart

Jimmy Chisholm

as Faudron

John Murtagh

as Lochlan

David McKay

as Young soldier

Niall O'Brien

as English General

Martin Dempsey

as Drinker #1

Jimmy Keogh

as Drinker #2

Joe Savino

as Chief Assassin

Mal Whyte

as Jailor

Paul Tucker

as English Commander

Greg Jeloudov

as Warrior #2 (uncredited)

Rana Morrison

as Lady at Wedding (uncredited)

Jer O'Leary

as English General (uncredited)

Joanne Bett

as Toothless Girl

Robert Paterson

as Priest No. 2

Martin Dunne

as Lord Dolecroft

Fred Chiverton

as Leper's Caretaker

Daniel Coll

as York Captain

Bill Murdoch

as Villager

Phil Kelly

as Farmer