Angus Macfadyen stated that he had written the script to this film 12 years before filming production initially began in February of 2019. See more »
At the start of the film, The Bruce hands over his sword and is searched, before entering a church for a meeting, where he has to defend himself without his sword. But, when he walks into the church there are two shots where he clearly has his sword with him again in the scabbard. See more »
A very emotional, moving and inspirational film. This story is told through the eyes of a widow and her family and is very intimate and draws you in. Angus Macfadyen portrays well the anguish that Robert the Bruce felt about wars. Highly recommended
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