February 22nd
150 notes

Bertie, I’m not a geisha girl.

February 15th
160 notes

Is the nation ready for two minutes of radio silence?

February 14th
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Surely a prince’s brain knows what its mouth is doing?

February 14th
2,821 notes

Timing isn’t my strong suit.

January 1st
9,599 notes

In this grave hour, fuck fuck fuck, perhaps the most fateful in our history, bugger shit shit. 

filed as: the king's speech
December 29th
2,906 notes
Within his family, Bertie’s stutter is virtually absent.

filed as: the king's speechnononono
September 19th
5,660 notes
Let the microphone do the work.

filed as: the king's speech
April 12th
218 notes

I have a voice!

June 29th
17 notes

so I’m watching The Phantom of the Opera and my mother comes in, watches for a bit and asks, ‘Is this The King’s Speech?’

June 19th
13,524 notes

Memoirs of a Geisha and his Bertie

May 28th
175 notes
May 19th
500 notes

favourite films:
The King’s Speech (2010)

Director Tom Hooper makes an interesting decision with his sets and visuals. The movie is largely shot in interiors, and most of those spaces are long and narrow. That’s unusual in historical dramas, which emphasize sweep and majesty and so on. Here we have long corridors, a deep and narrow master control room for the BBC, rooms that seem peculiarly oblong. I suspect he may be evoking the narrow, constricting walls of Albert’s throat as he struggles to get words out. - Roger Ebert

March 31st
417 notes

The King’s Speech (2010)

March 14th
306 notes

The One Where Bertie Smokes

February 10th
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