For Screen and Country – The Madness of King George (#42)
Written by Brendan Wahl on March 25, 2019
It’s back to royalty as Brendan and Jason dissect 1994’s The Madness of King George and talk all about the way in which the film depicts the silliness of the upper class, the treatment of mental illness and its associating stigma, the quiet moments involved in Nigel Hawthorne’s tortured lead performance and much, much more.
Plus: The guys roll the dice to find out what movie they’ll be covering next week. What did you think about The Madness of King George? Have you seen it? How does it compare to other “royal family” type period pieces?