A Word with You - Aug. 22, 2011

 

The King's Speech

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Now, I don't really go see many movies. Look, my popcorn is much cheaper than theirs, and actually, I don't like the sticky "cinemuck" on the floor. Now, I haven't seen this one either, but the story's fascinating. It's called The King's Speech, and it walked off with all kinds of Academy Awards.

King George VI was handicapped with a stutter, and he had to go on radio to give the speech of his life. Great Britain is about to go to war, and their king must rally them. Ultimately he is able to say what he needs to say to the people who must hear it because of the man who gives him the coaching and the help he needs.

© (c) Ronald P. Hutchcraft
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