Scotland, England, Longshaks, William Wallace, Hamish, Robert the Bruce, Referat, Hausaufgabe, Bravehart
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Braveheart By Clemens Hofer Author:After graduating from Duke University, Tennessee-born Randall Wallace relocated to Los Angeles and began writing novels. Within several months, he had landed at Stephen Cannell Productions as a producer and writer. Wallace went on to work in those capacities on the series J.J. Starbuck (NBC, 1987-88), starring Dale Robertson, the short-lived Sonny Spoon (NBC, 1988), with Mario Van Peebles, and Broken Badges (CBS, 1990-91). A Scottish vacation led Wallace to make the transition to the big screen. While visiting Edinburgh, he learned of the 13th-century adventurer William Wallace, who led a revolt against English rule. After further research, he penned the script for Braveheart (1995), which caught the attention of Mel Gibson, who directed and starred in the epic. Wallaces screenplay won praise from critics, enthralled audiences and earned nominations for both the Writers Guild of America Award and an Oscar. Plot: In the year 1276 there was war between England and Scotland. In Scotland there was no king, and so Longshanks, the English king, wanted to choose a ruler for Scotland, but so did the Scotsmen. William Wallace lived with his brother and his father in a Scottish valley. But one day, the Scottish rebels attacked the English, and in the battle Williams brother and father died. So William had to stay with his uncle Argyle, who taught him to use his head and his sword. Years later, William met his fathers friend Old Campell and his own ...

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