Ha! I actually started to do that in my previous post but wasn't sure if you'd want MC Crucial Element or "steadfast MC keeps on MC Direction". Looks like Crucial (Acceptance) gets deeper into the core of the argument compared to Direction (Nonacceptance). I dig that.
Here are a couple options:
- Vindication awaits those who accept death to preserve their conscience, even if it means learning one's legal system is unjust.
- Vindication awaits those who accept death to preserve their conscience, even if it means teaching the country its government is corrupt.
Just on the Crucial Element thing again, it's cool how More is basically Nonacceptance the whole film, until he must accept death as a result. (And I think there are hints throughout that he will accept death if it comes to it, which really drive the narrative.) Look at the acceptance in this quote near the end:
MORE: I am the King's true subject... and I pray for him and all the realm. I do none harm. I say none harm. I think none harm. And if this be not enough to keep a man alive... then in good faith, I long not to live.