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The film takes place after Robert the Bruce was crowned King of Scotland following William Wallace's torture and execution.
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Mhairi Calvey, who plays Robert the Bruce's wife Elizabeth de Bugh, previously played the younger version of Murron, William Wallace's wife, in Braveheart (1995).
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Although the film has been reported to be a sequel to Braveheart (1995), the film is considered to be more of a spin-off, as the story does not revolve around William Wallace, who died at the end of the 1995 film, but focuses more on Robert the Bruce, years after William Wallace's execution.
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Angus Macfayden is playing a 32 year old in the film. At the time of filming he was actually older than Robert the Bruce was when he died at the age of 54.
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Filmed mainly in the US state of Montana for economic reasons.
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Angus Macfadyen reprises his role as Robert the Bruce from Braveheart (1995).
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Angus Macfadyen stated that he had written the script to this film 12 years before filming production initially began in February of 2019.
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Emma Kenney and Zach McGowan previously worked together on Shameless (2011).
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Angus Macfadyen is about 25 years older than the character he portrays.
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Angus Macfadyen had played Marcus Crassus in Spartacus (2004) which was based on the history of the Thracian rebel gladiator Spartacus. Anna Hutchison had starred in the 3rd and final season of Spartacus (2010) as Laeta. The series was also based on the history of Spartacus.
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Duncarron Medieval Village near Falkirk in Scotland was used during the end of the film The village built by the clanranald Trust for Scotland waa built to help educate any one and everyone about Scottish history
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Was banned for a period by Cineworld in the UK. As they directors heavily support the Union and fear a possible independence vote happening again in scotland.
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