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Winner of four Academy Awards®, “The King’s Speech” explores the story of Prince Albert (Great Britain’s King George VI) and the demands, in terms of cost, courage and responsibility, that come with the title. The narrative of Albert’s suffering on the road to greatness and his transcendence — passing beyond the condition that had crippled him — provide us with the film plot, a story of courage and liberation from an oppressive impediment.

Date Added: May 24, 2011

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