The King's Speech + DVD Exclusive Extras (The Making + Audio Commentaries + Original Speeches) [DVD]
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The lead actors gave such excellent performances.
Colin Firth at his best in my opinion.
The making of this film was so interesting and both this DVD and the film are worth watching repeatedly.
and determination in grappling with his stammer - and his quiet, inspiring leadership in the second world war (he was a sort of foil to the ebullient Churchill, and a total contrast to ranting Hitler). The film reveals the gentle and kind man behind the trappings of monarchy - and the crucial support he received from his wife, better known to us all as the Queen Mother. A further bonus of the film is the superb performance of Geoffrey Rush as the king's speech therapist, and the excellent supporting cast.
The dvd also contains a fascinating interview with the film's director, especially interesting for the insights it offers into the choice of settings for the crucial scenes with Bertie (as the king was known to his family and friends) and Logue, his speech therapist: for instance, the uncared-for wall behind Bertie's chair, its tattered and formless surface a symbol of Bertie's mind and self-confidence before he grappled with his speech problems. This is subtle and thoughtful film direction at its best.
All in all, a magnificent film - to be owned and treasured and viewed often - and shared with friends.