Monday, 10 January 2011

I saw 'The King's Speech' yesterday evening...

The film is about George VI, also known as Bertie, who reluctantly takes the throne of England when his brother, Edward, abdicates in 1936. The unprepared king turns to a radical speech therapist, Lionel Logue, to help overcome his nervous stutter and, as the result of a turbulent relationship, the two establish a friendship. Colin Firth and Geoffrey Rush play Bertie and Lionel with Helena Bonham-Carter playing Queen Elizabeth. It's a really good film with great acting and some wonderful music.

1 comment:

  1. Hi Chris
    I am really pleased to read that you are taking some time to do the things you always told us you enjoy - reading and watching good films. All you need to add is a trip to the theatre. Great to be able to keep track and in touch with you. Take care, hope to see you soon.


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