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Handlung. Herzog Albert, der zweite Sohn des britischen Königs George V, ist Stotterer. Seine erste Rundfunkansprache wird für ihn zum demütigenden. The King's Speech – Die Rede des Königs. Prinz Albert. Bei einer öffentlichen Rede kommt Prinz Albert ins Stottern und blamiert sich bis auf. Prince Albert, Duke of York, leidet seit der Kindheit an einem starken Stottern, das ihn besonders bei öffentlichen Auftritten behindert. Heimlich sucht er Hilfe bei.

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Öffentliche Reden zählen zu den verhassten Pflichten von Prinz Albert, denn der Sohn des britischen Königs George V. leidet seit frühester Kindheit an einer Sprechstörung. Weder Psychologen noch sonstige Spezialisten konnten sein schweres Stottern. The King's Speech ist eine britische Filmbiografie des Regisseurs Tom Hooper aus dem Jahre , in der Colin Firth den britischen König Georg VI. darstellt. The King's Speech – Die Rede des Königs. Prinz Albert. Bei einer öffentlichen Rede kommt Prinz Albert ins Stottern und blamiert sich bis auf. The King's Speech. ()1 Std. 53 Min Bewegendes und pointiertes Drama über King George VI, der sich an einen australischen Sprachtherapeuten​. arcilesbica-treviso.eu - Kaufen Sie The King's Speech günstig ein. Qualifizierte Bestellungen werden kostenlos geliefert. Sie finden Rezensionen und Details zu einer. Prince Albert, Duke of York, leidet seit der Kindheit an einem starken Stottern, das ihn besonders bei öffentlichen Auftritten behindert. Heimlich sucht er Hilfe bei. Colin Firth brilliert in "The King's Speech" als stotternder englischer König George VI., den Vater von Königin Elizabeth. Als Sohn des britischen Königs gehört es.

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arcilesbica-treviso.eu - Kaufen Sie The King's Speech günstig ein. Qualifizierte Bestellungen werden kostenlos geliefert. Sie finden Rezensionen und Details zu einer. The King's Speech – Die Rede des Königs. Prinz Albert. Bei einer öffentlichen Rede kommt Prinz Albert ins Stottern und blamiert sich bis auf. Öffentliche Reden zählen zu den verhassten Pflichten von Prinz Albert, denn der Sohn des britischen Königs George V. leidet seit frühester Kindheit an einer Sprechstörung. Weder Psychologen noch sonstige Spezialisten konnten sein schweres Stottern.

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April Webansicht Mobile-Ansicht Logout Seite bearbeiten. The Kings Speech Info Dass diese Geschichte auf der Bühne glänzend funktioniert, Rocky 2 Stream nicht von ungefähr: Dies ist kein "Stück nach dem bekannten Film", sondern umgekehrt, denn das Theaterstück war zuerst da. Menü Tagestipps Februar auf der Berlinale seine Deutschlandpremiere. American Sniper Stream Kkiste Filme. Eve Best. Guy Pearce. Vergeblich sucht er verschiedene Ärzte auf, bis seine Frau, Herzogin Elizabeth, von dem ungewöhnlichen Sprachtherapeuten Lionel Logue hört, der aus Australien stammt. Die Annäherung zwischen dem unverblümten Logue Genocyber dem reservierten, von Blockaden geplagten Herzog gestaltet sich schwierig, zumal auch beider Pål Sverre Hagen das Unternehmen kritisch beobachten. Ransom Deutsch in Planung. Ihr Kommentar konnte aus technischen Gründen leider nicht entgegengenommen werden.

Die Krönung am Mai verläuft dank Logues Hilfe ohne Probleme. September den Krieg erklärt, bereitet sich der König auf seine bislang wichtigste Rundfunkansprache vor.

Während der Übertragung führt Logue mimisch und gestisch Regie. Dank dieser Hilfe findet der anfangs noch stockende König bald in einen einfühlsamen Sprachduktus.

Mit dem Applaus des Volkes endet der Film. Ein eingeblendeter Text erklärt, dass Logue auch bei allen weiteren Kriegsansprachen des Königs assistierte, die als wichtiger Faktor des britischen Willens zum Widerstand gelten.

Lionel und Bertie blieben ihr Leben lang befreundet. Das Stück wurde der Produzentin Joan Lane präsentiert. Für die Inszenierung wurde der als Regisseur von historischen Fernsehfilmen bekanntgewordene Tom Hooper gewonnen, der durch seine Mutter auf das noch unveröffentlichte Theaterstück aufmerksam gemacht wurde.

November Sie endeten am Januar Die Postproduktion wurde am August abgeschlossen. Bereits am 4. Hier wurden auch die in der Praxis von Logue stattfindenden Szenen produziert.

Der Film hatte am Februar auf der Berlinale seine Deutschlandpremiere. Der offizielle deutsche und schweizerische Kinostart war am Februar , in Österreich am Februar Die von Uta Maria Torp gesprochene Bildbeschreibung wurde für den deutschen Hörfilmpreis nominiert.

Der Soundtrack stammt von Alexandre Desplat und umfasst vierzehn Stücke. Eingespielt wurde die Musik vom London Symphony Orchestra , welches schon durch viele weltbekannte Soundtracks u.

Thus prepared, Seidler imagined the sessions. He showed the finished screenplay to his wife, who liked it, but pronounced it too "seduced by cinematic technique".

She suggested he rewrite it as a stage play to focus on the essential relationship between the King and Logue. After he had completed it, he sent it to a few friends who worked in theatre in London and New York for feedback.

Lane started talking with Simon Egan and Gareth Unwin of Bedlam Productions , and they invited Seidler to London to rewrite the play again, this time for the screen.

Together, Lane and Bedlam Productions organised a reading of the play in Pleasance Theatre , a small house in north London, to a group of Australian expatriates, among whom was Tom Hooper 's mother.

She called her son and said, "I've found your next project". Instead of trying to contact his agent, Lane asked an Australian staff member to hand-deliver the script to Geoffrey Rush's house, not far away from hers in Melbourne.

Unwin reports that he received a four-page e-mail from Rush's manager admonishing them for the breach of etiquette, but ending with an invitation to discuss the project further.

If you hear the real speech, he's clearly coping with his stammer. But it's not a perfect performance. He's managing it.

Hooper said some of the film's most memorable lines, such as at the climax, when Logue smiles and says, "You still stammered on the W" to the King, who replies, "I had to throw in a few so they would know it was me" were direct quotations from Logue's notes.

Once they met with Firth and heard him read for the part, Seidler and Hooper were convinced of his suitability for the role. Most was shot in the three weeks before Christmas because Rush would be performing in a play in January.

The schedule was further complicated by Bonham Carter's availability: she worked on Harry Potter during the week, so her scenes had to be filmed during the weekend.

To emphasise Logue's humble background, the entire street was transformed into one from s London. Large advertisements for among other things Bovril and fascism were added to walls, grit and grime to streets and buildings.

The production had asked for permission to film in the Abbey but were denied due to the demands of tourism. Its size allowed them to build sets showing not just the coronation, but the preparations before it.

The room, ornate and vast, met the occasion: the daunting nature of the new King's responsibilities was shown by surrounding him with rich detail, flags and royal portraiture.

The crew investigated Logue's former consultation rooms, but they were too small to film in. Instead, they found a high, vaulted room not far away in 33 Portland Place.

Eve Stewart, the production designer, liked the mottled, peeling wallpaper there so much that she recreated the effect throughout the entire room.

The scenes of the Duke of York at home with his family were also filmed here; showing the Prince living in a townhouse "subverted" expectations of a royal drama.

Elland Road was used for the speech elements of the prince stammering his way through his first public address, and Odsal Stadium was selected because of the resemblance of its curved ends to Wembley Stadium in They filled the terraces with inflatable dummies and over extras dressed in period costumes.

Live actors were interspersed to give the impression of a crowd. Additional people, as well as more ranks of soldiers on the pitch, were added in post-production with visual effects.

His sister, Kate Firth , also a professional voice coach to actors, proposed exercises the King might have done with Logue, and made suggestions on how to imagine Logue's mix of physical and psychological coaching for the film.

In addition, Firth watched archive footage of the King speaking. In an interview with Allan Tyrer published by the British Stammering Association , Swain said: "[It] was very interesting while we were working on the film just to think tonally how far we could go and should go with the strength of George's stammer.

I think a less courageous director than Tom [Hooper] — and indeed a less courageous actor than Colin [Firth] — might have felt the need to slightly sanitise the degree and authenticity of that stammer, and I'm really really pleased that neither of them did.

You find yourself doing it and if I start thinking about it the worse it gets. The film's original score was composed by Alexandre Desplat.

In a film about a man struggling to articulate himself, Desplat was wary of overshadowing the dramaturgy: "This is a film about the sound of the voice.

Music has to deal with that. Music has to deal with silence. Music has to deal with time. The minimalist approach emphasises the protagonist's struggle for control.

The music rises to a climax in the coronation scene. To create a dated sound, the score was recorded on old microphones extracted from the EMI archives which had been specially made for the royal family.

When Desplat later joined the team to write the music, he praised and defended Anwar's suggestion. Hooper further remarked that the stature of the piece helps elevate the status of the speech to a public event.

The score also won a Grammy at the 54th Grammy Awards. All tracks are written by Alexandre Desplat , except where noted.

Hooper employed a number of cinematic techniques to evoke the King's feelings of constriction. He and cinematographer Danny Cohen used wider than normal lenses to photograph the film, typically 14mm, 18mm, 21mm, 25mm and 27mm, where the subtle distortion of the picture helps to convey the King's discomfort.

Roger Ebert noted that the majority of the film was shot indoors, where oblong sets, corridors, and small spaces manifest constriction and tightness, in contrast to the usual emphasis on sweep and majesty in historical dramas.

Hooper widened his scope first to capture Rush's gestures, then full body movements and silhouettes. The approach carried over to Firth as well.

In the first consultation scene, the Duke is squeezed against the end of a long couch framed against a large wall, "as if to use the arm of the sofa as a kind of friend, as a security blanket?

At other times, the camera was positioned very close to the actors to catch the emotion in their faces: "If you put a lens 6 inches from somebody's face, you get more emotion than if you're on a long lens 20 feet away," Cohen said in an interview.

Historical dramas traditionally tend to use "soft light", but Hooper wanted to use a harsher glare, which gives a more contemporary feel, and thus a greater emotional resonance.

To achieve the effect, the lighting team erected huge blackout tents over the Georgian buildings and used large lights filtered through Egyptian cotton.

Several events in the film did not happen, or were exaggerated. The visual blog Information is Beautiful deduced that, while taking creative licence into account, the film was The filmmakers not only tightened the chronology of the events to just a few years but even shifted the timeline of treatment.

The Duke of York actually began working with Logue in October , ten years before the abdication crisis , and the improvement in his speech was apparent in months rather than years as suggested by the film.

I give it every evening at dinner on board. This does not worry me any more. Robert Logue, a grandson of Lionel, doubted the film's depiction of the speech therapist, stating "I don't think he ever swore in front of the King and he certainly never called him 'Bertie'".

Hugo Vickers, an adviser on the film, agreed that the alteration of historical details to preserve the essence of the dramatic story was sometimes necessary.

The high-ranking officials, for instance, would not have been present when the King made his speech, nor would Churchill have been involved at any level, "but the average viewer knows who Churchill is; he doesn't know who Lord Halifax and Sir Samuel Hoare are.

Hitchens and Chotiner also challenged the film's portrayal of Winston Churchill's role in the abdication crisis. In a smart, well-made film "would the true story not have been fractionally more interesting for the audience?

Martin Filler acknowledged that the film legitimately used artistic licence to make valid dramatic points, such as in the probably imagined scene when George V lectures his son on the importance of broadcasting.

Filler cautions that George VI would never have tolerated Logue addressing him casually, nor swearing, and the King almost certainly would have understood a newsreel of Hitler speaking in German.

Filler makes the larger point that both the King and his wife were, in reality, lukewarm towards Churchill because of the latter's support for his brother during the abdication crisis.

It was distributed by Wild Bunch Distribution. The film was initially given a 15 certificate by the British Board of Film Classification , due to a minute-long scene where Logue encourages the King to shout profanities, which he could do without stuttering.

At the London Film Festival, Hooper criticised the decision, questioning how the board could certify the film "15" for bad language but allow films such as Salt and Casino Royale to have "12A" ratings, despite their graphic torture scenes.

Following Hooper's criticism, the board lowered the rating to "12A", allowing children under 12 years of age to see the film if they are accompanied by an adult.

In January Harvey Weinstein , the executive producer and distributor, said he was considering having the film re-edited to remove some profanity, so that it would receive a lower classification and reach a larger audience.

Helena Bonham Carter also defended the film, saying, "[The film] is not violent. It's full of humanity and wit.

In Great Britain and Ireland , the film was the highest earning film on its opening weekend. It holds the record for the highest per-cinema gross of The executive director of Palace Cinemas , Benjamin Zeccola, said customer feedback on the film was spectacular.

I think this is more successful than Slumdog Millionaire and a more uplifting film. It's a good example of a film that started out in the independent cinemas and then spread to the mainstream cinemas.

The remaining profit was to be split equally between the producers and the equity investors. In March Variety estimated that the return could be between fifteen and twenty times that.

The Council's merger into the British Film Institute means that the profits were to be returned to that body. The King's Speech has received widespread critical acclaim, with Firth's performance receiving universal praise.

The website's critical consensus reads: "Colin Firth gives a masterful performance in The King's Speech , a predictable but stylishly produced and rousing period drama.

Manohla Dargis , whilst generally ambivalent towards the film, called the lead performances one of its principal attractions.

Firth and Mr. Rush rise to the acting occasion by twinkling and growling as their characters warily circle each other before settling into the therapeutic swing of things and unknowingly preparing for the big speech that partly gives the film its title," she wrote.

The British Stammering Association welcomed the release of The King's Speech , congratulating the film makers on their "realistic depiction of the frustration and the fear of speaking faced by people who stammer on a daily basis.

It said that, though the film swept British appeasement under the carpet, it was still enjoyable.

The Sun newspaper reported she had watched the film in a private screening at Sandringham House. A palace source described her reaction as being "touched by a moving portrayal of her father".

His wife, Elizabeth Helena Bonham Carter , seeks the treatment of speech therapist Lionel Logue Geoffrey Rush that follows unconventional methods and relationship, and Bertie gives up the treatment on the first day.

However, after listening to the session that was recorded by Lionel, Bertie returns to the treatment. Immediately afterward, there is a crisis in the government and Britain declares war with Germany.

King George VI needs to make a speech to his compatriots, and his friend Lionel helps him using an unorthodox technique.

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Dank dieser Hilfe findet der anfangs noch stockende König bald in einen einfühlsamen Sprachduktus. Die wohl wichtigsten Rundfunkansprache, im Jahr , in der er seinem Volk einfühlsam und fehlerfrei die moralischen Gründe darlegen soll, warum dass das britische Empire Deutschland den Krieg erklären muss. Guy Pearce.

The visual blog Information is Beautiful deduced that, while taking creative licence into account, the film was The filmmakers not only tightened the chronology of the events to just a few years but even shifted the timeline of treatment.

The Duke of York actually began working with Logue in October , ten years before the abdication crisis , and the improvement in his speech was apparent in months rather than years as suggested by the film.

I give it every evening at dinner on board. This does not worry me any more. Robert Logue, a grandson of Lionel, doubted the film's depiction of the speech therapist, stating "I don't think he ever swore in front of the King and he certainly never called him 'Bertie'".

Hugo Vickers, an adviser on the film, agreed that the alteration of historical details to preserve the essence of the dramatic story was sometimes necessary.

The high-ranking officials, for instance, would not have been present when the King made his speech, nor would Churchill have been involved at any level, "but the average viewer knows who Churchill is; he doesn't know who Lord Halifax and Sir Samuel Hoare are.

Hitchens and Chotiner also challenged the film's portrayal of Winston Churchill's role in the abdication crisis. In a smart, well-made film "would the true story not have been fractionally more interesting for the audience?

Martin Filler acknowledged that the film legitimately used artistic licence to make valid dramatic points, such as in the probably imagined scene when George V lectures his son on the importance of broadcasting.

Filler cautions that George VI would never have tolerated Logue addressing him casually, nor swearing, and the King almost certainly would have understood a newsreel of Hitler speaking in German.

Filler makes the larger point that both the King and his wife were, in reality, lukewarm towards Churchill because of the latter's support for his brother during the abdication crisis.

It was distributed by Wild Bunch Distribution. The film was initially given a 15 certificate by the British Board of Film Classification , due to a minute-long scene where Logue encourages the King to shout profanities, which he could do without stuttering.

At the London Film Festival, Hooper criticised the decision, questioning how the board could certify the film "15" for bad language but allow films such as Salt and Casino Royale to have "12A" ratings, despite their graphic torture scenes.

Following Hooper's criticism, the board lowered the rating to "12A", allowing children under 12 years of age to see the film if they are accompanied by an adult.

In January Harvey Weinstein , the executive producer and distributor, said he was considering having the film re-edited to remove some profanity, so that it would receive a lower classification and reach a larger audience.

Helena Bonham Carter also defended the film, saying, "[The film] is not violent. It's full of humanity and wit.

In Great Britain and Ireland , the film was the highest earning film on its opening weekend. It holds the record for the highest per-cinema gross of The executive director of Palace Cinemas , Benjamin Zeccola, said customer feedback on the film was spectacular.

I think this is more successful than Slumdog Millionaire and a more uplifting film. It's a good example of a film that started out in the independent cinemas and then spread to the mainstream cinemas.

The remaining profit was to be split equally between the producers and the equity investors. In March Variety estimated that the return could be between fifteen and twenty times that.

The Council's merger into the British Film Institute means that the profits were to be returned to that body.

The King's Speech has received widespread critical acclaim, with Firth's performance receiving universal praise. The website's critical consensus reads: "Colin Firth gives a masterful performance in The King's Speech , a predictable but stylishly produced and rousing period drama.

Manohla Dargis , whilst generally ambivalent towards the film, called the lead performances one of its principal attractions.

Firth and Mr. Rush rise to the acting occasion by twinkling and growling as their characters warily circle each other before settling into the therapeutic swing of things and unknowingly preparing for the big speech that partly gives the film its title," she wrote.

The British Stammering Association welcomed the release of The King's Speech , congratulating the film makers on their "realistic depiction of the frustration and the fear of speaking faced by people who stammer on a daily basis.

It said that, though the film swept British appeasement under the carpet, it was still enjoyable. The Sun newspaper reported she had watched the film in a private screening at Sandringham House.

A palace source described her reaction as being "touched by a moving portrayal of her father". The film had received 12 Oscar nominations, more than any other film in that year.

The film won no other Golden Globes, despite earning seven nominations, more than any other film. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

This article is about the film. For the stage play based on the film, see The King's Speech play. For other uses, see King's speech.

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Retrieved 13 December Retrieved 17 March At the end of the film the King realises that he has a true friend in Louge, a loving family and he is a strong and worthy leader.

This is a powerful, hilarious and deeply moving story, told against the backdrop of a critical juncture in modern history, of the emergence of a deep friendship out of a professional relationship between two men who would otherwise never have socially interacted.

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Something which the fans here would like to speak a bit more about is that which is inflicting the main and most wonderful character in this movie.

Namely a speech impediment or a speech disorder which it can also be called. There is a whole range of different disorders in existence, and it can sometimes be hard to classify them, as they include everything that stops a person from being able to speak as we view correctly.

So for example, everything from a lisp to being completely mute can be a speech impediment. The causes to an issue with speech is very difficult to know, which is the reason to why in many cases the reason behind is never quite figured out.

Often there is some sort of neurological issue or a hearing issue. Of course an issue can also arise after some sort of trauma though an accident and so forth.

The is a whole centre in the brain dedicated to language, and of course with everything being so finely connected and still enigmatic to our scientists the variety of impediments is huge.

To be an actor no doubt comes with a row of different challenges, and for us, seeing one of our favourite actor perform the role of the king, with a voice, but with a difficulty in getting it out, is to say the least a pleasure.

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There are three main difficulties with public speaking as the team here sees it, all obstacles which have to be overcome should you ever be in the situation.

We would like to give our take on it and also provide some tips on how to overcome these specific challenges.

We like to see the issues from the audience perspective as that is how we tend to see ourselves when in the role of speaking for someone else.

The first point is with regards to trust, does your audience trust you, are you believable, and if not, how do you get the audience on your side. The second point is to the question and the subject that you are addressing, is the message getting through, and is the point you are trying to put across being understood in the way that you want it to be.

And the third point is the success of the speech as a general. What does the audience remember and take with them after you are done, what questions have you raised in the mind of the one perceiving and listening.

As with many things, the key to confidence which takes care of the first point, of being believable is practice. They key to bringing your point across is of course research, not only in the area of your subject, but also in rhetoric and of course having already asked yourself the questions that any audience might ask you.

Meaning that you have gone through the possible doubts or counter arguments that someone may have to your points.

In other worlds, taking the perspective of an outsider. Explaining things simple and without jargon is a great thing to keep in mind here. Thirdly, how to make an impact, perhaps the most difficult of the points we are making today, and that comes only with the raising of questions to the individual listener.

Meaning that you have to find the things which hit home, emotionally, intellectually and generally, as to be applicable to a wide number of people.

This takes practice, research as well as experience. Watching the experts, and watching and analyzing speeches which have had a large impact on you may help you with this.

The power of persuasion is an art form in itself. When most people think of art, very rarely are rhetorical devices the first thing that springs to mind.

People think initially of individuals such as Monet and Van Gogh. Then their minds go further afield and think of the great musicians such as Mozart and Beethoven.

But do people think of those such as Churchill is artists? The trust is that they really should. The skill of oratory is one of the most artistic ventures a human being can embark upon.

It is a rare skill and when demonstrated impeccably it is something truly remarkable to behold. To capture an audience through word play and delivery, to have people waiting on every word that drops from your lips.

It is something which is rarely delivered with the panache to engross large audiences. But how does one achieve such artistic perfection?

However, as with all skills, practise makes perfect. Through hard work and diligence, a skilled orator can be born. Only by throwing oneself in the deep end and overcoming fear can one begin to progress.

If you truly want to improve, then you will. The best scene of a fabulous film often lies at the top of the climax, the aphex of achievement which is shown in a realistic light.

We find ourselves willing the worlds for the King in this scene, as we have followed him through his struggles to overcome his difficulty of public speaking.

Not to find fault or to judge, but with their earnest need of confirmation, for motivation and for feeling that what is happening is a must in order to defend the freedom which we they have so long been fighting for.

Some speeches are of great worth and of great consequence. We hope that you enjoy it as much as we do, and if your favourite scene is not in agreement with our choice, please feel free to get in touch, handing us your suggestions and thoughts.

We find it important that we partake and learn from history, and storytelling is how we learn through the eyes of the narrator, from the personal and relocatable perspective.

All great men were just meh, nothing special other than the rise to the occasion, and often that rise takes the form of hard work, dedication and struggle, and often, as in this case it those struggles take place over a long period of time.

We relish this scene as showing the human ability to overcome difficulty. It is only through overcoming our obstacles, though facing our fears that we learn and grow.

One of the most suiting phrases for it, and this is agreed by the team here, is that the best way to learn something new or improve on something that you are already doing is simply to practice it.

By replicating, as much as possible, the main event, for example. If you are going to present your topic or your argument to you family, class, friends, to your boss in the workplace or anything else of the sort where you need to win allegiance and votes for your project or proposal, then rhetoric can come in hand.

If you are new to the term, it simply means to be powerful and persuasive to the listener, argue and make your points in a striking way as to win their favour.

Your goal is to capture their attention and bring it to the important point of focus which is the centre of your present work.

With practice your rhetoric can increase tremendously, by doing something so small as just noticing your own conversations and own speaking, even when in a casual way and to a friend, is a task you can set yourself to learn a great deal.

Just by observation and awareness of yourself and what it is that you are trying to do, you can greatly help the progress along the way with keeping some few very important things in mind.

Many would see it as unfair, that some ar born with the privilege to rule whilst others are born into a life of nothing but toil. A valid point in our current day of democracy, however the questions arises.

What of the good kings, there have been many deposits and horrid rulers who have made their people suffer to no end, however there are also examples in history of kings ruling with integrity and with his people in mind.

A good king, or ruler, if you go back as old as the ancient Greeks, you find is one of virtue and integrity, one who is able to set his own human condition aside for the benefit of others and thence be blessed and also enjoying the benefit of a free ticket to heaven, since who rules have been appointed by his parents as much as by God.

Good kings are philosophers they said, and in the ideal there are still lesser humans and a proletariat is needed to be able to build the dream societies for the selected few.

Although the economics of the day reflect the same structure much has changed. Today our rulers, our kings, namely our politicians are governed purely by their avarice or engagement with the game of power, not great for the bottom.

The top must be ran in a great way for the slaves to have valuable lives, enjoyable ones, appreciated ones.

Perhaps that is the difference between the good ruler and the bad one, the good one keep the whole image in mind and is aware that even the ones on the bottom of the ladder ar humans, whilst the bad ones treat it as numbers of cattle too far from their reality to even bother thinking about it.

Public speaking is much different to say the speaking which happens when you have a conversation with someone, in many ways public speaking is like a performance with set lines and with a broadcasting element.

The communication is largely one way, however that is not to forget the great speakers who knows how to read their audience, who feels what the mass is feeling and who have learned, the hard way, through trial and error what works and not.

Speaking in public to an audience is a skill which one can practice, and our favourite film is most definitely a great example of that train-ability.

Hard work and effort is all that you need, continuously trying to learn what you are wanting to learn, and if that happens to be how to speak and communicate better with an audience, then just keep at it.

You will become used to handling yourself with the nerves present, there is no getting around some things, and the excitement or anxiety that we feel when faced with a great audience is simply something that we must learn to live with, learn to perform with, and learn how to manage should it be of a highly intrusive nature and effect performance.

As the king and hero in our favourite story thought our history Kings, although not always good, have been seen by the people as a symbol of the current state.

What is right, what is wrong was once determined by such a one person or family, and many kings were invested with the power of God, some even said to have been in communication with him.

We say him, as kings were male as the stereotypical male archetype had dominated views for a long time. The questions could be asked why, and perhaps the dominance, or the tendency for dominance in the male perspective took charge with violence, power and authority.

Times have certainly come a long way since then, and we are happy to see that better and more equal ways of seeing has evolved, even if there is still plenty of work to be done around the edges.

You have to keep in mind that there were many who served the king, and were sworn to do so also by their dying breath. Stage one may think, however is it not in our nature to adhere to some form of hierarchy.

This is how each, also individual relationship can be seen. When we look around today we see things much differently, but do we, really?

How we as humans function on a cognitive level remains much the same, and the changes we see in behaviour might have something to do with the sheer mass of the population walking the globe today.

Us for one, being of the romantic types see our world evolved, yet much the same, what are your thoughts, feel free to get in touch and lend us a comment.

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