Which stars Dumbledore as one King George.
And Colin Firth as a different King George.
And Helena Bonham Carter is also in this film.
Because isn’t Helena Bonham Carter in every film?
And then this lady shows up.
Who is she? How do I know her? What film was she in? What role did she play? Must think harder! Must push self! Must keep going! Must figure this out! Mustn’t give up! Mustn’t ever stop! Think! Think! THINK!!!!!
But it is hard to think when one is constantly being assaulted by long shots of Colin Firth strolling through a foggy garden.
But then it hit me!
Like an errant little sister on an unholy journey through the streets of London with a dashing soldier intent on using her for his own ill gain and is saved at last by the man our heroine despises because he is a wretched snob who says bad (though sadly true) things about her beloved family, but she also secretly loves him and even more so after she tours his lavish estate!….
The most important film ever made.
And then I settled back and was able to watch the rest of The King’s Speech without further agitation.
And it was good…
But it twarn’t no Pride and Prejudice!