It is the fifth day since King Bruce took the throne. The day is a significant moment in Scottish history. King Arthur’s swan song “Auld Lang Syne” is often regarded as a symbol of this moment in flight. This song, which was recorded in 1496, has been a timeless classic. The music of the movie is also famous and has inspired many other movie-goers.
When Bruce was chasing the heiress of Carrick, he was unarmed. This may seem like a romantic tale, but Bruce was not jealous and the Countess Rossmore reproached him because he didn’t show enough gallantry. He was seduced by her beauty and allowed himself to be led to Turnberry, forgetting his danger.