Did "Brave Heart " reduce you to tears ?

@tudors (1556)
China
February 25, 2009 7:37am CST
This afternoon, i watched this classic movie once again. and since the very beginning, i was touched and cried twice. you know, the scene that little wallace lost his brother and father, in front the of pit , and the little pale girl walked up to him and delivered her sorrow and console by a purple flower. And another scene that wallace lost his sweet heart, my heart broke too.
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@besthope44 (12135)
• India
7 Aug 10
It moved me and i was into tears!!
• Philippines
15 Jun 09
I really feel sad when William Wallace lost his wife. It is just so devastating that such hatred exist in this world, or maybe more hatred from the movie itself. If only people learns to respect one another, then there wouldn't have a conflict or WARS. Too bad, people are just normally greedy and power hungry like our President here in the Philippines.
@swatig29 (15)
• United States
27 Feb 09
well i really feel that the most touching scene of the movie was when that girl was killed and the way she looks around to see his husband one last time. The pain in her eyes was so beautifully shown that it really brought tears to my eyes.
@mobhomeir (7562)
• Philippines
26 Feb 09
Yes. That's one kind of movies that I don't really like. For me, I would watch movie for myself to enjoy. How could you be enjoyed when you're inside the theater almost crying due to the kind (sad) of movie you watch? NO I think I would never do that..
@eichs1 (1934)
• Philippines
25 Feb 09
No. I did not shed a tear even after watching it several times. Nevertheless, Braveheart will always be one of the best movies of all times to me. The movie is not just about heartbreaking scenes of love and lost, it also shows a lot about courage, rising above the odds and just to stay firm on what you believe in. We have used this movie in a leadership training workshop and almost all of the participants say it's a very good story. But the best thing we get is when some of them expressed that they had learned a lot from Wallace.