This film depicts the life and the influence William Wallace had in 13th-century Scotland.Mel Gibson dramatizes the story so that the American audience will feel excitement and satisfaction with the film.The death of his beloved wife and the death of his father prompted Wallace to raise his sword and start a rebellion against the English, with their tyrannical leadership.
In the extract from the film “Braveheart”, William Wallace demonstrated many leadership techniques that helped his army prevail as an underdog.
As said, a rise of the town means your people should have courage when said to “charge.” Wallace led many charges and nobody backed down.
Everyone was also well prepared and had the knowledge to fight and how to defend themselves. Wallace’s people also looked up to him in every way.
When all the Scottish arrived at the designated barn, Longshanks ambush them and have them killed. The death of his father made Wallace leave his birthplace.
Several years later a full-grown Wallace returned to his land of birth to start a new life and a family of his own.