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THE KING'S SPEECH – A WRITER'S SIXTY YEAR PASSION THAT COULD Street. The book offers several versions of how the Duke of York came to. The King's custom-speeches.com - Download as PDF File .pdf), Text File .txt) or read online. The doctor hands Bertie a book from N Bertie obeys. ELIZABETH That was. THE KING'S SPEECH CLOSE ON - BERTIE - the Duke of York, second son of the King; .. As Elizabeth closes the book (”Peter Pan”), Bertie, handsome.

Here are just a few: The process begins in the opening sequence where George is to give a speech: INT. The Reader opens his mouth, squeezes the rubber bulb, and sprays his inner throat.

He looks to the control room. Ladies and Gentlemen: good afternoon.

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He speaks in flawless pear-shaped tones. Talk about setting the bar high! His stomach knots, chest muscles contract, constricting his breath. A man who cannot speak in public.

Our sympathy for Bertie increases as we realize, he is not only a stutterer, but a man whose very birthright forces him to be a public figure, thus putting his vocal condition on stage over and over again. Once upon a time there were two horsies. A white horse that went clip clop clip clop through Hyde Park.

Review: ‘The King’s Speech’

And a black horse that went clip clop clip clop through Hyde Park. They met in the middle of Hyde Park.

The white horse continued on, clip clop clip clop through Hyde Park. The black horse continued on, clip clop clip clop through Hyde Park.

Now off to bed. The scene accomplishes at least two things: 1 It establishes that Bertie is a loving father and devoted family man. Both dynamics engender more sympathy. When speaking with a Royal one waits for the Royal to start the conversation and chose the topic.

Here Bertie is man enough to be able to make fun of himself and his condition — a small thing, but again increases our sympathy for the Protagonist. How about you?

How is your Protagonist sympathetic? Have you dug deep enough into the character to discover all the ways in which you can create a sense of audience reader identification with the character? Stop by comments and post your thoughts.

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Bertie has a stammer as well as some confidence issues. So even before he takes over the monarchy, Bertie is terrified by any prospect of speaking in public.

Enter an unorthodox speech therapist named Lionel Logue Geoffrey Rush. Bertie only reluctantly agrees to work with this commoner but the result is an unexpected friendship.

His only visual innovation is making microphones seem intimidating. The best thing I can say about his direction is that for the most part he stays out of the way of his actors.

The film is made by Firth and Rush smartly delivering the clever lines of David Seidler's script. Together this trio creates a surprisingly intimate tale of two people who become unlikely friends.

Firth also finds genuine vulnerability in a royal family member who is so unused to discussing his feelings that his emotions have as difficult a time coming out as his words.

Firth's performance is amazingly nuanced because his character is introverted and opposed to revealing anything. Rush has a more overtly colorful character handed to him and has fun as the one who brings the prince down to earth.

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The growing importance of radio is also central to the story. Without the presence of radio, Bertie might not have felt as terrified about public speaking. After all, addressing a few workers at a factory is not nearly as intimidating as speaking to the entire empire. Add to this that England is on its way to war and you have a situation that would make even a good speaker nervous.

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The film places one such good speaker — a young Winston Churchill played by Timothy Spall — on the periphery of the action but never uses him as well as they could have. The script builds nicely and at a good measured pace.Carter, were no exaggeration.

Ladies and Gentlemen: good afternoon. And a black horse that went clip clop clip clop through Hyde Park. The patient brings in their dying King George V and his two sons, affection between the prince and his set of prejudices which they relate in a David and Bertie, destined to become wife, ably played by Helena Bonham fixed narrative.

The historically-based character Lionel Logue is represented as an ambiguous imperial subject - he is both loyalist and a presumptive colonial.

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