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The Princess

(Rated M)

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“Diana is very big news everywhere”

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Overview

Told exclusively through archival footage and selected for Sundance 2022, The Princess is a bold and immersive documentary on the life and death of Princess Diana. The Princess offers an account of Diana’s story – and the public response to it – that feels at once both unmediated and intensely intimate. Turning the camera back on ourselves, the film illuminates the profound impact she had and how the public’s attitude to the monarchy was, and still is, shaped by these events.

Official Selection
— Sundance Film Festival 2022
“Fascinating … I spent much of it on the edge of my seat”
— The Guardian
“Accomplished, smartly edited”
— The Observer
“The definitive Princess Diana documentary”
— Rolling Stone

Why You Should See This Film

Reminiscent of Asif Kapadia’s Amy and Senna in its expert deployment of archival materials, The Princess is an extremely well crafted documentary. Shining a light on the intense public scrutiny Diana faced, the film adds to the chorus of recent productions like Spencer that have allowed us to empathise with Diana’s demons, as well as deeply consider the impact of our insatiable appetite for celebrity news.

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  • Year: 2022
  • Rating: M
  • Director: Ed Perkins
  • Duration: 104 minutes
  • Language: English
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