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The Kings Speech

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Teren Wycoff

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Transcript of The Kings Speech

The King's Speech
By Teren Wycoff
English 9 Advanced
Mr. Landefeld
Date Completed:8/10/14

Contextual Overview
Call to Adventure
Death and Rebirth
Return
Archetypes
Filming Techniques
Film Review
Works Cited
Cabot, A.. "wordppress.com." wordppress.com. B. Mcfarlane , 12 Aug. 2011. Web. 29 July 2014. <http:adkinsfilmcommunication.files.wordppress.com/2012/04/21/mise-en-scene-in-the-kings-speech/>.
"The Kings Speech- hero's Journey." Cracking Yarns. N.p., n.d. Web. 29 July 2014.<http://www.crackingyarns.com.au/wp-content/uploads/2009/08/herosjourneykingsspeech>.
Bradshaw, Peter. "The King's Speech – review." The Guardian. Guardian News and Media, 22 Oct. 2010. Web. 29 July 2014. <http://www.theguardian.com/film/2010/oct/21/kings-speech-review-colin-firth>.
The Kings Speech. Dir. Tom Hooper. Perf. Colin Firth, Geoffrey Rush, Helena Bonham Cater, Guy Pearce, Timothy Spall, Derek Jacobi, Jennifer Ehle, Michael Gambon. Aegis Film Fund, 2010. Film.
Archetypes
Archetypes
Contextual Overview
Film Review
Contextual Overview
Contextual Overview
Contextual Overview
Archetypes
Archetypes
Bertie the Hero
Overcome stammer
Bertie
King George VI
Main Character
Struggles with a stammer
Lionel Logue
Unsuccessful actor
Unlicensed speech therapist
Becomes Bertie's therapist
David
King Edward VIII
Bertie's brother
wives
Caused Bertie's stammer
King George V
Bertie's Father
Caused Bertie's stammer
Elizabeth
Duchess of York
Queen Elizabeth
Wife
Found Lionel Logue
Bertie sees Lionel
Gaining trust
Fixing stammer
Becoming friends
Death
David takes throne
David resigns
Bertie takes king
Speech at Buckingham Palace
Lionel helps with speech
Remain friends
The enemy= Bertie's stammer
The Threshold Guardians
David
King George V
The Maiden
Duchess of York (Elizabeth)
Black tint color scheme
Bright color scheme
Peter Bradshaw
Ph.D.
The Guardian
Three novels
Describes Elizabeth as "robustly supportive"
"Lionel Logue is a man who must cure his own demons-a sense of failure over never having made it as an actor."
Wise old man
Lionel Logue
Threshold
Older brother
Kept in shadow
Transformation
David chooses love
New king
Atonement
Bertie and Lionel make mends
Bertie looses trust several times
Challenges and Temptations
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