‘Unlawful Killing’ Princess Diana Documentary at Cannes 2011

By May 9, 2011 Comment (2)

Princess Diana

“To this day I absolutely believe that it wasn’t an accident. I just know.” That’s exactly what Keith Allen thinks about Princess Diana‘s death.

I was I little bit surprised to hear that Allen’s documentary Unlawful Killing will premiere at the Cannes Film Festival this week. But – it is. And you will now have a chance to watch a trailer that definitely deserves your full attention. Trust me!

Ok, some think that it opens like a horror movie, but I’m not so sure. Ok, we all know that everything about Diana’s death is a mystery, so, it’s quite logical to expect a documentary like this to (at least) try to answer some questions.

So, Allen’s documentary is full of mix interviews with recreations of the official inquest into the Paris car crash that killed the Princess, her boyfriend Dodi Fayed and their driver Henri Paul.

The film includes contributions from the late Tony Curtis, Howard Stern, Kitty Kelley, Mohamed Al Fayed, Piers Morgan and Michael Mansfield QC, while Dave Stewart of Eurythmics provides an original score.

“Unlawful Killing is the story of the deaths of Princess Diana, Dodi Fayed and their driver Henri Paul. It reveals a cover-up by the British Establishment culminating in a six month inquest.

Keith Allen’s ground breaking documentary recreates key moments from the inquest and demonstrates how vital evidence of foul play was hidden from public scrutiny, how the Royal Family were exempted from giving evidence and how journalists, particularly those working for the BBC, systematically misreported the events and in particular, the verdict itself. This is the story of how the world was deceived.”

This controversial documentary is set to screen on May 13, in Cannes. Friday 13th…

Let us know what you think, and stay tuned!

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  • UK Courier says:

    Why, 14 years later, can’t the media and film industry just leave Princess Diana death alone?? Even after all these years, the true cause of her death remains controversial; media should take extra care whenever raising sensitive issues like Diana’s death

  • Me says:

    because those responsible for her death, should face the consequences, royals or not.

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