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  • 1. Mel Gibson who is the actor who plays William Wallace is also the director. THE WOMAN (HIS LOVER) In the first minuet of the death scene of William, show a close up of will face looking into the camera, making use feel like he looking at some one, but makes the audience perhaps feel like he looking at them before he dies. Then Mel cut’s into a wide shot of the crowd and everyone is facing into the camera standing still. A woman walk into the shot though the crowd and move across right to left. meaning she walking toward someone and having her looking into the camera suggest she moving toward will. WILLIAM WALLACE
  • 2. Then it keeps going back and forwards to close ups of will’s and his lover’s face to make it more emotional, but also cut to the executioner lifting up the axe, in slow motion linking with the music swinging the axe down. As this is going on edits the camera to two more main characters looking into the distance or at the floor even though they aren’t there watching they feel him coming towards his death and make the audience feel the same feeling. Then we get a close up of the axe falling then quickly cut to Wallace hand dropping the piece of cloth from his hand then fades into a wide shot at a battle.

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