The King's Speech (2010)

Timing Isn't My Strong Suit

On his first visit with Lionel (Geoffrey Rush), Prince Albert (Colin Firth) is taken aback by his unconventional methods.

Directed by Tom Hooper.

Released in 2010 by The Weinstein Company.

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  • character-type: King
  • action: Advise
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  • editors-choice: Male Performances
  • 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: Witty
  • mood: Brainy
  • prop: Tea
  • prop: Couch
  • prop: Cigarette
  • setting: London
  • setting: Office
  • setting: England
  • setting: Living Room
  • theme: Tradition
  • theme: Attitude
  • theme: Equality
  • theme: Wisdom
  • actor: Colin Firth
  • actor: Geoffrey Rush
  • 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: Lionel Logue
  • role-name: King George VI
  • screenwriter: David Seidler
  • year: 2010
  • studio: The Weinstein Company