Fact Vs Fiction

The King’s Speech, is based on the incredible true(ish) story of King George VI, whilst it is not completely historically accurate. With many of the events added for entertainment value it is still a wonderfully British drama, which touches on themes of friendship, love and overcoming the odds. With various embezzlement to make the protagonist far more likable than he was it makes the audience fall in love with the main character the king overcomes a his stutter in a brave feat. “With lots of added comedy that there was unlikely to be true definitely makes this more of a feel good movie than if it had been a more direct and honest biographical drama”.

While King George in the film is played by the delightful Colin Firth it is believed that in actual fact he was a cruel and short tempered man but no one wants to watch a 2 hour film about a horrible king overcoming his stammer, that is just not the type of film that wins academy awards. The facts are that King George was the king of England at the time, he had a stammer and Lionel Louge helped him overcome or at least control it for public speaking.

Truth be told
Security practitioners like to debunk the myths between facts and fiction. Especially at the topic of home security, locks or business security. This is to the general public distinguish between what we take in when watching or reading something. And what is real in the world. There are many security systems and burglar alarms that star in films. Thanks to our locksmith for their contribution

There is some correlation between film security and security alarms that you see on screen. And home alarms that you see installed on buildings today. If you think about the smart technology for instance. The secure way of locking, arming alarms and monitoring your own home though the touch of a device is technology and security. Not that far from what the movies predicted would be.

To be interested in the movies, is to be interested in technology. And if you are looking into security technology specifically for your own benefit. Of the type that will not only keep you safe and secure at home. But that will also provide you with a hub from which you can control it all.

Although the king’s speech is not a science fiction film. Locksmiths and lock specialists agree it a realistic liking of what it would have been like. This is said from a security perspective. And without major fails and falls which would have made the film a flop in the eyes of these local security, lock and key experts. It certainly lands high on the list of things to watch time and time again.

Speaking of great historical films

the magic of historical filmsA topic close to heart here is that of films which don’t only play out in a historical setting, but which tell human stories of significant to the highest standard within the art of making movies. There is not only the importance of being historically correct, we know that there are many other critics out there who will get hung up on details which are not correct and mishaps which have bypassed the editing and cutting suite. The most prominent example of the accuracy in a favourite for many of the team here, and which to this site is dedicated is the simple fact that it doesn’t come to mind.
Being fully engrossed with the story, without outside distractions in the form of little errors is easy to do during the couple of hours you spend watching this narrative of human development and about overcoming some of the most difficult personal challenges one could face.  For us, being able to remove things which cause little pet hates of people to spring into mind is a challenge to say the least. Not everyone is a history major, and can recreate the right type of setting. Not only is the settings of the history something which has to be drawn out of the imagination of the creator, but one also has to work with the fact that how everyone has a different idea of what things should look like. Balance between artist and viewer is quintessential and an achievement worth commending when it comes to the king’s speech.

Film cutting and key cutting is not entirely different things. In the physical practice they may differ. But in the art it is to cut films, at least in the old fashioned way. And the way in locksmiths and security experts cut keys today, is also an art in itself. Granted, a fast one if you choose a skilled key cutting service.

Locks, keys and films also have many things in common. For us the most important part is the symbolism to be had. Keys to locks which open the hearts of people are to be found in film. Just as high tech security is also found there. If you are more of a double agent type of film person. You will no doubt have seen many alarm, and security systems on the screen which impress. Of course these features are exaggerated. However. If you look backwards only a few years you’ll soon come to see that what existed in the films then, security wise, we are up to par with.

The surprising speed at which locks, alarm and monitoring systems have developed over the past few years is enough to baffle anyone. Speak to a local professional locksmith about any high tech or high security locks. Which they can offer and find out the liking to the moves that today’s security equipment holds. Thanks to key cutting and lock repair guys who kindly sponsor this page. The security featured in films is often not exactly what the private homeowner would pick for their home burglar alarm. But with the smart technology, keyless entry systems and motion sensor activated alarms. It’s not all that far off.

If you have yet to view this wonderful piece of history, dramatically and effectively recreated by the most talented film makers today, the team here really agrees that it’s about the right time. Giving some time of your day to this beautiful film is highly recommended and will not be regretted.

Making films is not only an art

Making films
If you ever saw a movie, especially one that was made in Hollywood then you know just how long the cast list can get, or perhaps you don’t know, since you would never sit through it. The film has ended after all. Although the exact number of cast to make a film is not set and in theory you could make one yourself with the solo cast of one, saying that though you would have to do everything yourself, and if you did ever try to make even the smallest film you would find out that you would need help, and soon your cast list would most likely grow to include several other people. The bottom line is that it’s almost impossible to make a great film without a great cast, and that is part of the reason why the film that we are most excited and fanatic about is of such high standards.

The cast is outstanding, the crew that did all the behind the scenes work and all the rest is nothing less than top notch in the case of the King’s speech. Not only did they choose beautiful people to portray the characters, but also great actors who could carry the role of a real monarchy. For the team here the film was completely believable, and we were spellbound the whole time when watching it, all of the hundreds of times that we’ve ran it from start to finish without pause, without bathroom breaks without a breath, as that too was taken the great performances of the wonderful crew, our favourite crew of all times, and we are sure that we are not alone in thinking that, and we feel that our views are highly valid, seeing how many times we have seen the film. If you have questions for the team here, please don’t hesitate to get in touch with us through the contact page, do it now and we’ll be back in touch with you as soon as humanly possible. All the best, from your King’s team.