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Picture - Juliet Stevenson - A variety... London United Kingdom, Wednesday 25th March 2015

Juliet Stevenson - A variety of stars were snapped as they arrived at the BBC Films 25th Anniversary Reception which was held at BBC Broadcasting House in London, United Kingdom - Wednesday 25th March 2015

Juliet Stevenson

Picture - Juliet Stevenson - A variety... London United Kingdom, Wednesday 25th March 2015

Juliet Stevenson - A variety of stars were snapped as they arrived at the BBC Films 25th Anniversary Reception which was held at BBC Broadcasting House in London, United Kingdom - Wednesday 25th March 2015

Juliet Stevenson

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Rosalind Hannah Brody and Juliet Stevenson - EE British Academy Film Awards (BAFTA) after party at Grosvenor House - Arrivals - London, United Kingdom - Sunday 16th February 2014

Picture - Juliet Stevenson (r) and Rosalind... London United Kingdom, Sunday 16th February 2014

Juliet Stevenson (r) and Rosalind Hannah Brody - EE British Academy Film Awards (BAFTA) 2014 held at the Royal Opera House - Arrivals - London, United Kingdom - Sunday 16th February 2014

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Diana Review


While this odd biopic is a real mess, it's not quite the cinematic disaster snootier critics claim it is. Essentially fan fiction, the script spins a story that has only the vaguest basis in fact, drawing much of its dialog from screenwriter Jeffreys' and book author Kate Snell's imaginations. And if what these people say to each other wasn't so laughably silly, the film's genuinely intriguing themes might have emerged with more force.

We pick up the story in 1995, after Diana (Watts) has been separated from Prince Charles for three years. She still hasn't moved on romantically, and spends most evenings alone in Kensington Palace, making beans on toast and quietly crying herself to sleep. So when she meets heart surgeon Hasnat Khan (Andrews), she's relieved that he doesn't treat her like a princess. Over the next two years, their romance develops in secret because Hasnat is a very private man and Diana is the most famous woman on earth. Fed up with the intrusive paparazzi, Hasnat puts the brakes on their relationship. So Diana uses her friend Dodi Fayed (Anvar) to provide misleading headlines and spark Hasnat's jealousy.

Of course, we know their love is doomed for another key reason: the film is bookended by scenes in Paris on the fateful evening of 31 August 1997. But even if this romance has clearly been fictionalised, it offers some intriguing themes that catch our sympathies, mainly due to an understated performance from Watts that occasionally catches Diana with remarkable detail. So it's frustrating that Khan is portrayed as such an icy, uninteresting figure, which means that Andrews never generates any chemistry with Watts.

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Princess Diana was most definitely one of the most famous and inspirational women in the world, known to all as the People's Princess. Never seduced by the lure of wealth, fame and royalty, she lived her life for others, but struggled deeply from her own personal troubles; her failed marriage to Prince Charles embroiled in affair scandals and subsequent divorce, the constant hounding of the press and her later romances. When she met heart surgeon Dr. Hasnat Khan, she fell deeply in love, feeling for the first time in years, like a real woman. But it was a relationship doomed to failure with further media attention forcing a rift between them. She could never escape the scrutiny of the media, even while she put all her efforts into her hands-on charity work.

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Diana Trailer


Princess Diana was known across the world as the 'People's Princess'. Her beauty, dignity and grace, not to mention outstanding generosity led her to be one of the most loved people in the world. The last two years of her life before she passed away following a highly publicized car accident in 1997 were nothing short of a harrowing ordeal. She divorced from her husband the Prince of Wales after a roller-coaster of a marriage embroiled in affair scandals, before embarking on an attempted private relationship with Pakistani heart surgeon Hasnat Khan who ended it after two years, and being criticized by many for her humanitarian ventures such as campaigning against land mines. This new biopic details her last journeys, loves, trials and tribulations on the 16th anniversary of her untimely death.

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