The King’s Speech (2010)

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The story of King George VI of Britain, his impromptu ascension to the throne and the speech therapist who helped the unsure monarch become worthy of it.

  • Rating: (8,268 votes)
  • Runtime:118 minutes
  • Language:English
  • Genres:Drama, History
  • Countries:UK, Australia
  • Goofs:Continuity: During the scene when Queen Elizabeth first engages Logue in his office, her veil is down in every take but one, when it suddenly appears flipped up, and then is back down in the next take.
    Anachronisms: During one of the sessions with Lionel Logue taking place in 1934, "Bertie" referred to the Soviet leader as "Marshal Stalin" while describing political situation in the world. However, Joseph Stalin was appointed Marshal of the Soviet Union almost 10 years later, in March 1943.
    Continuity: When King George VI is practicing his wartime speech he throws his papers to the floor in frustration. His wife walks in and a split second later the camera returns to King George, who is still holding his speech, even though there would have been no time to regather them.
  • Also known as: El discurso del rey (Spain - imdb display title), El discurso del rey (Spain - imdb display title, Castilian title), O Discurso do Rei (Brazil - imdb display title), O Discurso do Rei (Portugal - imdb display title), A király beszéde (Hungary - imdb display title), El discurs del rei (Spain - Catalan title), Il discorso del re (Italy - imdb display title), Kongens tale (Norway - imdb display title), Kraljev govor (Slovenia - imdb display title), Kuninkaan puhe (Finland - imdb display title), Le discours d'un roi (France - imdb display title), Mepis sitkva (Georgia - imdb display title), O logos tou vasilia (Greece - imdb display title),
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