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"You see the neck and mouth go. I found it heartbreaking, literally tear-jerking. Something really hit me watching that. I saw the vulnerability and immense courage, all wrapped up in one moment."
Colin Firth, who portrays George in The Kings Speech, describing watching archival footage depicting George VI's stutter.
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