The bedroom of an apartment in Paseo de la Castellana, Madrid. It is Sofia's bedroom, a deluxe escort. Her new client discovers the name that is tattoed on her leg 'Diana'... Is it your ... See full summary »
Born in 1961, the woman who would become Princess of Wales and one of the most famous people in the world was literally nameless for a week. Expecting a boy, the parents finally came to ... See full summary »
This documentary was made to look back at the death Diana, Princess of Wales, twenty years ago. The aim? To show a new perspective of what happened, and how it affected her family, Britain, and the world.
I went into this pretty much totally blind. I saw my Mother had recorded it and decided to watch it, just on impulse. I did not know what to expect of this when I first decided to sit down and watch this. Having been born only four days before Diana died, I did not grow up with the People's Princess, with her being around. Instead, I saw the pure love this country had for her. I just had to watch this, and take a look at what happened.
This documentary treated everything with so much respect. I was shocked by just how tastefully this was done. The stories shown about Diana before and after what happened really made me see just why Britain, England and the world loved her so much – and still do. She was an angel, and this documentary really portrayed just how shattering her death was to the whole world.
If you only watch one documentary about Princess Diana's death, let it be this one. This really captures everything about her, her death and her family. This really shines a light into what it was like, not only for her family, but her country, and the world. This is more moving than any sad movie could ever be.
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