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Loved the approach to Rob Roy's place. Now that you know a bit about Rob Roy you'll understand why it was fitting for a Ballymena Catholic (Liam Neeson) to play the former Jacobite...

Getting on board late but am back-tracking and enjoying the clips, readings and scenery!

It would be great if you had the time to share your thinking behind Neeson as Roy, Brendon.

And can you explain Gibson as Wallace using he same reasoning? Or indeed Caine as Alan Breck?! ;-)

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