Popcorn and Inspiration: ‘The King’s Speech’: An Unlikely Friendship Helps a King — Randy Salars News And Comment

Being able to communicate with others is something that a lot of folks take for granted—yours truly included. This is especially clear after watching director Tom Hooper’s royalty-centric bio-drama “The King’s Speech.” The film opens in 1925. King George V (Michael Gambon) has requested that his second son, Prince Albert (Colin Firth), deliver the closing […]

via Popcorn and Inspiration: ‘The King’s Speech’: An Unlikely Friendship Helps a King — Randy Salars News And Comment

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