The King's Speech (2010)

Kinging Is a Precarious Business

Prince Albert (Colin Firth) confronts his brother (Guy Pearce) about his relationship with an American divorcee.

Directed by Tom Hooper.

Released in 2010 by The Weinstein Company.

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  • character-type: Prince
  • character-type: Brother
  • character-type: King
  • action: Tease
  • action: Advise
  • action: Argue
  • action: Mock
  • primary-genre: Drama
  • primary-genre: Foreign
  • secondary-genre: Biography
  • secondary-genre: Drama
  • secondary-genre: Period Pieces
  • secondary-genre: 20th Century Period Pieces
  • secondary-genre: United Kingdom
  • mood: Angry
  • mood: Understated
  • prop: Bottle
  • prop: Wine
  • prop: Wine Bottle
  • setting: Mansion
  • setting: England
  • theme: Duty
  • theme: Family
  • theme: Conflict
  • theme: Adversity
  • actor: Colin Firth
  • actor: Guy Pearce
  • director: Tom Hooper
  • producer: Phil Hope
  • producer: Iain Canning
  • producer: Simon Egan
  • producer: Tim Smith
  • producer: Emile Sherman
  • producer: Paul Brett
  • producer: Deepak Sikka
  • producer: Geoffrey Rush
  • producer: Charles Dorfman
  • producer: Peter Heslop
  • producer: Harvey Weinstein
  • producer: Bob Weinstein
  • producer: Mark Foligno
  • producer: Gareth Unwin
  • producer: Lisbeth Savill
  • cinematographer: Danny Cohen
  • composer: Alexandre Desplat
  • editor: Tariq Anwar
  • costume-designer: Jenny Beavan
  • production-designer: Eve Stewart
  • role-name: Edward VIII
  • role-name: King George VI
  • screenwriter: David Seidler
  • year: 2010
  • studio: The Weinstein Company