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With the 20th anniversary of Princess Diana's untimely death, there was a spate of documentaries from around the world, most especially from The UK and The U.S. Some were as long as four hours long (ABC), others which tried to say her utterly complex tale in an hour or less. But this particular documentary (which aired on Channel 4 in The UK, and on the NatGeo Channel in The U.S.) is the greatest and most intimate look into the mind of this compellingly fascinating woman. It relies heavily on the audio tapes from Diana's secret interviews for her secretly self-authorized "autobiography" (though at the time of the book's release, it was much-denied that she had anything to do with the book). Hearing Diana speak of the horrendous globe she'd been sucked into, it's simple to see how a weaker person than her would have crumbled under the pressures of living under a paparazzi microscope--trapped in a loveless marriage in which Prince Charles (who comes off as a first-rate cad who did no less than trick Diana into being his "broodmare," to carry on the royal lineage. One almost feels as if Diana is speaking from the grave--and her revelations are sometimes shockingly intimate. This documentary also relies on a voice actress, to recreate some of Diana's own words--a device that can sometimes tarnish a documentary. But in this case, Heather Long captures Diana's speech patterns and accent to a "T"...sometimes, it's difficult to say now "who" is speaking, she's that good. The research, editing, writing...this is a first-rate look at "the woman" rather than "the phenomenon". It would be difficult to imagine a more incisive, respectful and honest portrayal of this complicated, sometimes perplexing woman. For admirers of the late Princess, it is satisfying to see that she is finally being reassessed and being given her due for changing the British Royal Family--seemingly, forever. EXCELLENT DOCUMENTARY!
This film is fully based on Princess Diana's objective biography. A several months ago I learned that girl who is and also admired to her. While searching on the internet, came across the work and watched. Though I watched many documentaries about her, there are lots of keys that may not have seen before. P.S: If you have not any time for watching, please create the time and watch it!
This documentary offers a very raw look at how infidelity can harm a person to the mission of devastation. Said in her own sweet, barely audible voice, Princess Diana narrates her life and marriage to Prince Charles, and the breakdown of their marriage. She was an introvert, and such a sad person for most of her life. Diana was also an introvert, and very fragile, which I think that bothered Prince Charles, who comes across as an abrasive, detached sort of man. Except, where his mistress Camilla is concerned. Prince Charles, from even before their marriage was in love with other girl and carried on with that girl throughout their marriage, and it destroyed Diana. As she said, "There were three folks in this marriage." Very sad story. Very brave woman.
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