Angus Macfadyen on the Braveheart Effect and Scottish Independence
UPDATE 02-March-2018 13:14 GMT:
At the Production's request, we’re delaying the release of our exclusive interviews to better time with the film’s distribution.
WORLD EXCLUSIVE: Angus Macfadyen talks to David Petherick of EdinburghFestival.org about 'The Braveheart Effect' and Scottish Independence
Originally playing the role of Robert The Bruce in 1995's Braveheart, Angus talks on location in Scotland about the efffect on the Scottish psyche of Braveheart, and the potential effect when 'Robert the Bruce' is released, which he confirmed is scheduled to take place this year. #robertthebruce
Forthcoming world exclusive interviews on camera from the movie Robert the Bruce
We will be sitting down to talk to Angus on camera in more detail, posing some additional questions, and posting the filmed interviews and some exclusive on-set photographs here at edinburghfestival.org
We will also have interviews coming with:
- Richard Gray, Director
- Anna Hutchison, playing the role of Morag
- Carter Boehm, Executive Producer
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Photo Credit: Photgraph Copyright 2018 David Ho at Professional Headshots Scotland. No reproduction allowed without permission.
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David great article