still studying composition I looked at The King’s Speech for guidelines. Tom Hooper has a habbit of using really fun compositions that for the most part are artistically obvious, but even the subtle onesare interesting. This is the scene when Helena Bonham Carter goes in search of Geoffrey Rush for aide of her husbands stutter. As with most intro scenes, i find them the most interesting and useful for learning how to be a story artist. Never quite got Helena’s features right, but the attempt was there.