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My fellings abot Braveheat
• Posted by: David i am 13   <Send E-Mail>
• Date: Thursday, February 20, 2003, at 12:05 p.m.
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Greetings, It's been quite a while now that I've seen Braveheart, I'm not quite sure how long, maybe 6 months. This morning I was all alone at home and I suddenly had the urge to see this work of art again.
I got all set for the film, put in the tape, then I pressed "play" on my vcr it's hard to explain this feeling that came over me,"I shall tell you of William Wallace", but all you Wallace/Braveheart fans know what I'm talking about, I was like mesmerized throughout the entire film, although I knew nearly every line, each frame, there's some kind of secrate magic in this film (I wish I could use another word than just "film" or "movie", I find these words not appropriate).
Of course, needless to say, no other picture ever moved me as much as Braveheart did and still does, and it doesn't seem to let go, before Braveheart I had various so called favorite movies, like Star Wars and Raider of the Lost Ark, they were all indeed very nice, very entertaining, humorous, and warm movies, but in no way can they live up to Braveheart, 177minutes of love, hate, passion, anguish, despair, humor, hope, pride, you name it. Maybe this is the secret magic of Braveheart: it grips you by the heart, doesn't let go, takes you on a 3-hour emotional rollercoaster ride, never giving you a break, taking you to extreme highs and in the next minute you simply feel like you're going to die of sorrow. Of all the times I've seen Braveheart, this morning, I think was the first time I saw it in complete privacy, It's amazing, I'm a 13 year old kid, not the most popular one or strongest, but it does take quite a bit for me to cry, but in specific scenes tears did escape my eyes: Hamish's dad passing away, the part where the Princess tries to persuade William to beg for mercy, the realization that strikes William like a hammer when he sees Robert the Bruce when he tears of his helmet after the Falkirk battle, when the Bruce feels like (forgive me) wandering along the corpses at the blood-soaked Falkirk field, realizing what he had just done, and , of course, William's FREEEEEEDOM, what more can I say, I'm happy I could share my thoughts with you.

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