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The King's Speech - two questions about scenes - help me out here?

Asked by seazen_ (4801 points ) April 25th, 2011

When he plays a classical piece in his earphones and asks him to read To be or not to be, what’s the classical piece?

Why did (Bertie say) that his brother sent her 17 carnation flowers – why that specific number and not a dozen, say?

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thorninmud's avatar

The music was the overture to La Nozze di Figaro by Mozart, according to IMDB.

No idea about the carnations

seazen_'s avatar

Thanks!!!!!!!!

Lightlyseared's avatar

One flower for every ocasion they slpet together.

seazen_'s avatar

I missed that…

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