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Colonialism in BraveheartBraveheart Braveheart, directed by Mel Gibson, opens to the tunes of bagpipes while panning over the hills of Scotland. The narrator then begins setting the tone for the movie, telling of how King Longshanks has claimed Scotlands throne for himself. We then meet the main character, William Wallace, as a child, just as mysterious violins begin to play and set the tone for the dead bodies, which are about to be found. At the end of the scene Williams brother and father leave William behind when to go to fight, they dont return to him alive. This whole first segment sets up not the full story, but also allows for Williams character to develop and the audience to attach to him and sympathize with him. Within the first 15 minutes of the movie our main character has lost everything he knew to the English. While William watches his father and brother ge

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