The King’s Speech (2010)

Based on true story of King George VI (former: Prince Albert, Duke of York), lived with a stammer disease. A stammer is a disorder of being unable to produce well-sequenced talk or speech.

Played by Colin Firth as Albert, Helena Bonham Carter as Elizabeth (the wife), and Geoffrey Rush as Lionel Logue, the speech therapist, this movie is based on a novel written by Lionel Logue’s grandson, Mark Logue on a title The King’s Speech: How One Man Saved The British Monarchy.

 

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