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‘The King’s Speech’ cinematographer, Danny Cohen [SLIDE SHOW]

URL: http://www.jewishjournal.com/the_ticket/item/the_kings_speechs_cinematograher_danny_cohen_20110223

In a memorable scene from “The King’s Speech,” the future George VI (Colin Firth), a.k.a. Bertie, spews every expletive imaginable as a technique to overcome his severe stutter with the help of an unorthodox speech therapist, Lionel Logue (Geoffrey Rush). As f-words flow, a hand-held camera or Steadicam – a stabilizing device that attaches a camera to its operator -- follows Firth as he gesticulates and sputters around Logue’s cavernous consulting room.

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