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Plot: During the last two years of her life, Princess Diana campaigns against the use of land mines and has a secret love affair with a Pakistani heart surgeon.
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Naomi Watts portrays a great Diana but the movie is otherwise meaningless. It wants to focus on her love story with Dr. Hasnat leaving everything aside, even everything else that could have done this movie interesting.
A biographical movie of princess Diana. It tells the story of her last two years of life, especially the romance side. A better movie than I anticipated. I think Jessica Chastain would have been also a good choice to play the role princess Diana, anyway Naomi Watts excelled in her opportunity. The movie did not fail because of the cast, characters and performances, the thing is I really don’t know why, different people say different reason, but I enjoyed it. This real incident was happened when I was a little kid, I did not know the whole story then till I watch it now.
**‘‘There’s about 5 billion people on this planet who can say
they love me! But is there one who can stay with me?’’**
After all Diana was also a human like everybody else and I did not find anything wrong with her romantic affair in her final days. In fact, as a cinematic it chronicles on the sufficient amount of limited characters. Lots of the big names were just left out. That’s great because the movie had all the time to concentrate on the particular relationship. Except that I waited for the end tragedy scene which never came. I assumed, that could have been the highlight of the movie, which might have brought the tears. So I believe it is a great let down, the movie did not have the car crash scene. Especially the real reason behind it remains fishy and mystery. Naveen Andrews was great, but he was no way near to Hasnat Khan in appearance.
There might be some flaws in the movie, because in the biopics people often complain about many things. Those who observed all this incident closely at that time when it happened may recognize errors. But I feel modification sometimes need while transforming a real life to cinematic. Like any romantic movie it can be enjoyed by everyone who love biography. I did and liked it, certainly not a class movie like it should have been.
Not as Bad as Most Critics Would Have Us Believe
DIANA was almost universally panned on its release in September, and continues to attract negative comments from users. In truth it is not as bad as it was made out to be, even though some of the details seem implausible (would Diana (Naomi Watts) be able to leave Kensington Palace on her nocturnal visits to Hasnat (Naveen Andrews) so easily, without being discovered or hounded by reporters?) Nonetheless Oliver Hirschbiegel’s film does a competent job of portraying the sheer loneliness of Diana’s existence in Kensington Palace, surrounded by servants but with no one to love her. Although tremendously popular with people and the media alike, she cannot get close to anyone; and when she does, her love-affair is doomed. Watts does not resemble Diana facially, but she does a good job of conveying both the good and not-so- good sides of her character; her desire to help people, her feeling of alienation from all families, and her tendency to manipulate the media to suit her purposes. The film suggests, perhaps controversially, that Diana brought much of the press harassment on herself, especially when she asks a trusted photographer to take snaps of herself and Dodi Fayed (Cas Anvar), with the sole purpose of making Hasnat jealous, and thereby encouraging him to call her again after a long interval. She certainly knows how to portray herself on screen – as seen, for instance, in her celebrated interview with the BBC’s Martin Bashir (Prasanna Puwanrajah), where she deliberately adopts a pose for the camera so as to obtain maximum sympathy from viewers. Nonetheless the film does suggest that she was more sinned against than sinning – a victim, perhaps, of the contemporary obsession with fame and celebrity.
I found myself smiling for Diana when things were going well, heartbroken when they weren’t. A lovely film about a lovely person.
I went to see the film ‘Diana’ this afternoon and can honestly say I thoroughly enjoyed it. The film took me on a very convincing journey into what it must have been like for Diana as she struggled with coming to terms with her own inner conflicts (eg the feeling that she was destined always to be an ‘outsider’ to whatever family she aspired to belong to) while striving to rebuild a life for herself after separating from Prince Charles and to find the love she so desperately yearned for. The story is by turns happy and sad. I found myself smiling for Diana when things were going well, heartbroken when they weren’t. Naomi Watts does an absolutely amazing job of portraying Diana. Her’s is undoubtedly the weightiest role in the film and she puts her heart and soul into it with a wonderfully nuanced performance. Naveen Andrews playing the part of Dr Hasnat Khan also deserves much credit. Other actors and actresses played lesser roles, but all were well cast and contributed significantly as members of Diana’s remaining ‘entourage’ (some also in roles as ‘confidants’). Cinematography, location photography, interiors, sets, music and directing were all excellent. I’ve never been much of a ‘royalty follower’, but having seen this film I feel I know a lot more about Diana, her day to day life, and the last love of her all too short life. Don’t be put off by low ratings (or negative reviews) – this is a moving and well made film. Highly recommended. 8/10.
Original Language en
Runtime 1 hr 53 min (113 min)
Genre Biography, Drama, Romance
Director Oliver Hirschbiegel
Writer Stephen Jeffreys, Kate Snell (inspired by the book ‘Diana Her Last Love’ by)
Actors Naomi Watts, Cas Anvar, Charles Edwards, James Puddephatt
Country UK, France, Sweden, Belgium
Awards 2 wins & 2 nominations.
Production Company Film i Väst, Ecosse Films, Le Pacte, Scope Pictures, Filmgate
Sound Mix Dolby Digital, Auro 11.1
Aspect Ratio 1.85 : 1
Camera Arricam LT, Zeiss Master Prime Lenses
Laboratory Studio L’Equipe (rushes processing)
Film Length N/A
Negative Format 35 mm (Kodak)
Cinematographic Process Digital Intermediate (2K) (master format), Super 35 (3-perf) (source format)
Printed Film Format 35 mm, D-Cinema