Our films this week concern friendships between members of royalty and non-royals. There may also be an employment agreement involved, as in The King’s Speech and Anna And The King Of Siam. What makes these relationships distinctive is that both people learn from them and are changed by them.
This is not intended as an all-inclusive list. Reader suggestions are welcome. If you know an addition to this list, please write using the comments below.
- Victoria And Abdul (2017) (Reviewed in Thinking Cinema on 9/29/17) http://www.thinkingcinema.com/film-review-victoria-and-abdul/
- The King’s Speech (2010) (Article in Thinking Cinema on 9/29/17) http://www.thinkingcinema.com/film-appreciation-the-kings-speech/
- Mrs. Brown (1997) (Article in Thinking Cinema on 12/2/16) http://www.thinkingcinema.com/film-appreciation-mrs-brown/
- Becket (1964)
- Roman Holiday (1953) (Article in Thinking Cinema on 10/16/15) http://www.thinkingcinema.com/film-appreciation-roman-holiday/
- Anna And The King Of Siam (1946)