AS everyone surely knows by now, Tom Hooper's film is about an Australian speech therapist called Lionel Logue, who cured George VI of a debilitating stammer.
The only question left to be addressed is whether it is as good as everyone says, and the answer must surely be yes. The King's Speech is a triumph, a film of such compelling fascination and glistening perfection in every department that I'm struggling to think of something to say against it.
Yeah! Congratulations, Colin Firth. I hope you win the Oscar. Read the article here.