The King's Speech — Breaking the Rules the Right Way
by Tyler Mowery
How do filmmakers decide the best way to frame their characters? In this video essay, Tyler Mowery discusses the purpose behind the repeated use of the “unbalanced frame” in Tom Hopper’s British historical drama, The King’s Speech.
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