The King’s Speech, now in the Movies & Series Pass

A movie night is planned, but no idea of what you want to see? With the Movies & Series Pass of Proximus TV, you can now look to four-time Oscar-winner The King’s Speech.

The film is about King George, the first name of Albert (Bertie to friends). Initially would be King George not king, but after the death of his father and the ignominious resignation of his Brother Edward he was crowned King George VI of England.

Problem: the kings must all agree to speak in public, for a mass of people. And Bertie does not like, because he has all his life a serious stotterprobleem. However, it will be, because the country is at that time on the eve of a war, and the people asking desperately to be a leader in these fearful times.

His wife Elizabeth decides to make contact with the eccentric Australian speech therapist Lionel Logue. The man in question is in almost everything the opposite of Albert, who, in the first instance with great reluctance to the practice of Logue drag. After a difficult start, there is however a special friendship between the two.

The King’s Speech is a historical drama from British director Don Hooper, who later also holding the reins had on The Danish Girl. The scenario is of the hand In the lead, you see a brilliant Colin Firth, and in addition, have included Helena Bonham Carter, Guy Pierce and Geoffrey Rush roles.

The film won a whopping four Oscars, in the categories of Best Film, Best Actor, Best Director and Best Screenplay. A hot tip for fresh herfstavonden!

The King’s Speech is to rent in the On-demand catalogue of Proximus TV, and free to view with the Movies & Series Pass of Proximus TV.

Tip: for Tuttimus customers is the Movies & Series Pass included.

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