Releasing Date: 1 November 2013 (USA)
Director: Oliver Hirschbiegel
Writers: Stephen Jeffreys (screenplay), Kate Snell (book)
Stars: Naomi Watts, Naveen Andrews, Douglas Hodge
Watch Diana movie, this film brings a new image of the late Princess Diana . Often mistaken for Bredine and tasteless as nice as the jelly , the Princess of Wales was at the base , not this “je ne sais quoi” that makes you could admire . Docile wife , media personality shy, she attracted more empathy than sympathy . But that was before ! Before she does want to say shit to the queen and her family in an interview with the BBC truth , where she balances everything in its status as a woman cuckold , thus releasing the oppression of the protocol and its beautiful evil family. Finally discovers that Diana is not a doormat on which everyone can wipe their feet . This is also a strong woman who wants to break free .
In the second round she plays, she managed to combine its release with a passionate love she desperately wanted. And it is not in the arms of Dodi Al- Fayad (who died with her in the Pont de l’Alma ) found that this great love , but in those of a Pakistani surgeon working in a London hospital . SCOOP . Until his last days , the princess hoped the return of the king of heart , even if the eyes of all , it showed the rich owner of Harrods . To summarize , she loves a man who loves her too, but it is complicated, so it is in another tape and appears in the tabloids , just to piss off her ex- in-laws and the surgeon the dropped . And yes, it was Santa Barbara in British .
Of course , we can salute the performance of Naomi Watts, whose personification (and imitation ways ) Lady Di is very successful … but it fails to save this biopic that looks like a drama with rosewater worthy of an Aaron Spelling production .