by Sherif Awad
Queen Elizabeth II is the longest-reigning British monarch and the first woman to rule the United Kingdom. She has held the title of Queen since 1952, when her father, George VI, died. She is also the United Kingdom’s head of state, represented by a governor-general. 1. Elizabeth II: A Life in Pictures
The movie starts with the death of Diana, princess of Wales. The queen is upset with the way the media is handling the death of Diana. The queen’s husband, prince Philip, is also upset with the media. The queen’s son, prince Charles, is also upset with the media. The movie goes on to show the queen’s reaction to the death of Diana. The queen is shown to be a loving mother and a strong leader. The movie ends with the queen giving a speech to the nation.
The King’s Speech
The King’s Speech is a 2010 British historical drama film directed by Tom Hooper and written by David Seidler. Colin Firth plays King George VI who, to cope with a stammer, sees Lionel Logue, an Australian speech and language therapist played by Geoffrey Rush. Seidler drew inspiration for the script from his own experiences as a young boy. The film’s title was inspired by the famous “King’s Speech” given by the then-Prince Albert to the British Parliament in 1856.
The film was a critical and commercial success. It was nominated for twelve Academy Awards at the 83rd Academy Awards, of which it won four: Best Picture, Best Director, Best Actor for Colin Firth, and Best Original Screenplay.
In 1938, King George VI (Colin Firth) is the newly crowned king of the United Kingdom following the abdication of his brother, Edward VIII (Guy Pearce). As he is unprepared for the role, his wife,
The Crown is a Netflix original series that tells the story of Queen Elizabeth II, from her wedding in 1947 to the present day. It is a fictionalized account of her life, but it is based on real events. The series has been very popular, and has been praised for its writing, acting, and production values.