This Best Picture Oscar in 2011

Film The King’s Speech arable director Tom Hooper has been named Best Film at the 2011 Academy Awards event, which took place at the Kodak Theatre in Hollywood, California (USA), Sunday (27.02.2011) or Monday (2/28/2011) Indonesia time .

The victory of the complete triumph of the film is about the other side of UK life. At the same event, an award earned by Colin Firth as Best Actor and Best Director Hooper.

In the event the 83rd of this year, The King’s Speech won four awards, including Best Original Original Screenplay category.

The King’s Speech to set aside its main competitor, The Social Network, and eight other pre-eminent, namely Black Swan, The Fighter, Inception, The Kids Are All Right, 127 Hours, Toy Story 3, True Grit, and Winters Bone.

Predictions that strengthen the King’s Speech will be enthroned at the Oscars stage has begun to appear since the last few months. In a number of awards, signs began to read. Although not a success at the Golden Globes, 2011 and must recognize the benefits of The Social Network film chosen Best Picture at the awards event.

At the awards British Academy of Film and Television Arts Awards (BAFTAs), The King’s Speech managed to bring home six awards
prestigious and get a respectable place in the People’s Choice Award.

The King’s Speech was appointed based on a true story about Queen Elizabeth II’s father, King George VI (played by Colin Firth), who inherited the reins of leadership by his father.

Damn, he had a “defective”, ie stutters when speaking, and smooth as slang. Together with the therapist who is also his friend, Lionel Logue, King George VI was trying to eliminate shortcomings. Because, as a king, he demanded to appear authoritative and build the spirit of the people who was fighting with German forces.

An interesting story about the other side of a king who was so far not widely known.

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