Strange to say, many people from church have not seen Braveheart. (They haven't seen the Princess Bride either, except Adrian, who kept on trying to convince me that Edward Scissorhands was better. As if.) As I've been reading a book on Edward III, it came up. (Edward III is granson to the old king, and son to the prince.)
So, we were talking about the movie. I said it was good, but not exactly historically accurate. Everyone needed to see it, but to remember that it was a MOVIE and not a documentary.
Ps Ian then said, "Can you give us some examples of where it's not historically accurate?"
Me: "Well, for one, I don't think Isabella of France ever have an affair with William Wallace."