Commentary Review #4: ‘The King’s Speech’ (2010)

Audio Commentaries are sometimes a forgotten gem in the world of film. But how often do they get heard, and are they even worth hearing? This series of reviews will take a look at some of the best, and perhaps worst, audio commentaries on some classic films. Exploring what, if anything, they bring to the film. Any commentary review suggestions? Let me know in the comments below.

Who does this Commentary? The King’s Speech commentary is from director Tom Hooper.

Possible film spoilers are ahead!

The King’s Speech is a 2010 biographical drama, telling the story of King George VI and his attempts to overcome a stammer which he developed in childhood. He works with Australian speech therapist Lionel Logue, and the film focuses on their relationship and friendship as they work together.

…read the rest of this article at culturedvultures.com

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About writingsuzanne

History graduate. Freelance writer and reviewer. Passionate about film, theatre and music (film soundtracks!).
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