A very heartwarming tale about George VI of England. The poor guy stammers so much he can hardly read a paragraph. Then he meets Geoffrey Rush and finds his voice. I think the story itself is very inspiring that even though you are a King, it doesn’t mean you hold all the confidence in the world naturally. You have to find it within yourself. Rush and Firth are great… there is just no comparison. The story sounds like it could be dry but it keeps you interested all the way until the end.
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The King’s Speech (2010)