I have just recently watched the film 1995 film Braveheart directed by and starring Mel Gibson. The main thing that I noticed about the film was not the art or architecture, but the lack there of. In ancient Roman times, there was some kind of Roman architecture almost everywhere. Everywhere you looked, you could see some sort of statue or temple. However, in the film Braveheart there are hardly any great works of architecture and literally
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art. The little architecture in the film Braveheart is very meager and dull, nothing like Roman architecture. The film shows the camps of English soldiers crammed into little groups of tents that are poorly organized. In Roman times, the Roman soldiers would build entire cities where they camped. Braveheart does not focus on art and architecture, but you can tell very easily how much the arts had diminished after the fall of the Roman Empire.