Psychology of “The King’s Speech”

Do  we understand the  psychology in the  meaning of that most compelling moment when the tutor sits in the Monarch”s chair?  His statement, “I have a voice!” challenges the King.

In the scheme of things ~ what a unique idea that an unqualified tutor will be so talented as to reduce fears of the King and provide him with honors in his  hierarchical position?  What is it that the King has come to understand?

“I have a voice!”

“Yes you have.”

A totally brilliant movie.


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