We speak with Colin Firth about his latest film, “The King’s Speech,” which centers on Queen Elizabeth’s father, King George VI. Firth plays Albert George, unexpectedly forced to take the throne after the death of his father and abdication of his older brother. As World War II looms, George must overcome his lifelong stuttering problem and address the nation.
Find out about The Family, a powerful elite corps of fundamentalist Christianity which has members on both sides of the aisle in Congress. Also: Colin Firth and Anand Tucker on their new film about father/son relationships, "When Did You Last See Your Father?" A look at Conor McPherson’s new play, ...
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