Recently I watched a few good movies: "Date Night", "Inception",..and I watched all episodes of Poirot TV Series.
I especially liked the movie "The King's speech" because of the topic which it deals with. The film stars Colin Firth as King George VI and Geoffrey Rush as speech therapist Lionel Logue, who helped George VI overcome a stammer. His wife Elizabeth meets with Lionel Logue, an Australian speech therapist now living in London, and persuades her husband to attempt Logue's radical treatments. Logue convinces Albert to read Hamlet's "To be, or not to be", while listening to music on headphones. Logue records Albert's reading, but convinced that he has stammered throughout, Albert leaves in a huff.
Logue offers him the recording as a keepsake. Later Albert puts on Logue's recording and is astonished to hear an unbroken recitation of Shakespeare in his own voice. He returns to Logue, who insists on daily coaching sessions. Logue works with Albert on muscle relaxation and breath control, while simultaneously probing the psychological roots of his stammer. As the treatment progresses, the two become friends and confidants.
King George VI: [Logue is sitting on the coronation throne] Get up! Y-you can't sit there! GET UP!
Lionel Logue: Why not? It's a chair.
King George VI: T-that… that is Saint Edward's chair.
Lionel Logue: People have carved their names on it.
King George VI: L-listen to me… listen to me!
Lionel Logue: Why should I waste my time listening to you?
King George VI: Because I have a voice!
Lionel Logue: …yes, you do.