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Strangeheart (2003)

Anachronistic fan-made spoof of _Brave Heart_ (1996).

Director:

Brian Hedenberg
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Cast

Credited cast:
Matt Tobin Matt Tobin ... William Wallace
Ken Jack Ken Jack ... Heimish
Paul Devine Paul Devine ... Stephen
Stephen Orr Stephen Orr ... Campbell
Anna Zielinski ... Princess Isabella
George C. Petrie George C. Petrie ... King Edward 'The Long-Shank'
Matt Renicks Matt Renicks ... Prince Edward
Marius Donnelly Marius Donnelly ... Mornay
Vince O'Keefe Vince O'Keefe ... Lauchlan
Brian Hedenberg Brian Hedenberg ... Robert the Bruce, Scottish Mother
Toni Ford Toni Ford ... Murron
Chip Nicewander Chip Nicewander ... Scottish Father
Ariel Chipman Ariel Chipman ... Scottish Daughter
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Ken Berggren ... English Peasant
Ray Bevan Ray Bevan ... King of Scotland
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Anachronistic fan-made spoof of _Brave Heart_ (1996).

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What happens when you combine whiskey, 12 months of filming in extreme weather conditions, film makers and 200 drunken Scotsmen, Irishmen and Englishmen...a Monty Python-esque spoof of Braveheart guaranteed to be the most ridiculous film ever made.

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Comedy

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

17 April 2003 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

Athens, Texas, USA See more »

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Sound Mix:

Dolby Digital

Color:

Color
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Trivia

This feature length was originally intended to be a short film but gained sufficient attention from local media and Irish Pub patrons for ity to be taken further. See more »

Connections

Spoofs Braveheart (1995) See more »

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Waltzes
Written and Performed by Clandestine
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Surreal
12 May 2003 | by sneaky3270See all my reviews

This film was the funniest and most surreal thing I have seen in years. When William Wallace is having a dream sequence there is actually a sheep in a purple teddy, a pink boa, and a sheep's mask on. Wallace peels the sheep's mask back to see the sheep underneath. I laughed so hard I start hyperventilating. It helps if you have seen Braveheart since it is a spoof of that film, but it is still funny if you haven't. I really like the fact that it was a spoof that was done respectfully. You could tell that the film makers weren't poking fun at Mel Gibson or making the Braveheart out to be a bad film, they were just having fun with a different perspective of the William Wallace legend. It really reminded me of the Holy Grail. This movie really needs to be seen by everyone. You will either absolutely love, it like I did, or you will hate it.


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