The King's Speech
|The King's Speech|
|Directed by||Tom Hooper|
|Screenplay by||David Seidler|
|Music by||Alexandre Desplat|
|Cinematography||Danny Cohen, BSC|
|Editing by||Tariq Anwar|
|Distributed by||The Weinstein Company|
|Release date(s)||6 September 2010(Telluride Film Festival)
7 January 2011 (United Kingdom)
|Running time||118 minutes|
|Budget||£8 million ($15 million)|
|Money made||£250 million ($414,211,549)|
Colin Firth plays King George VI who, to overcome his stammer, sees Lionel Logue. Logue is an Australian speech therapist played by Geoffrey Rush. The two men become friends as they work together. After his brother, Edward VIII, abdicates, the new king relies on Logue to help him make a radio broadcast at the beginning of World War II.
References[change | edit source]
- "The King's Speech rated 12A by the BBFC". British Board of Film Classification. http://www.bbfc.co.uk/website/Classified.nsf/c2fb077ba3f9b33980256b4f002da32c/88b85f8648b224c9802577c300464d89?OpenDocument. Retrieved 17 September 2011.
- Smith, N. (28 February 2011). "Oscars 2011: Film Council basks in King's Speech glory". BBC News. Retrieved 28 February 2011.