FANS of the late Princess of Wales will love this eye-opening account of Diana’s final years.
Diana tells the story of the Princess’ last great romance.
We join the story when Diana (Naomi Watts) has separated from her husband, Prince Charles.
As the most famous woman in the world, all eyes are on her, and this film allows you to see things from her point of view.
It follows her relationship with heart surgeon, Dr Hasnat Khan (Naveen Andrews).
Believing she has found a soulmate in him, he inspires her to take on her most enduring humanitarian work, including a campaign against landmines.
The intimate look behind the headlines takes the audience right up to her tragic death, alongside Dodi Fayed (Cas Anvar) in 1997.
Then at the young age of nine, I can remember the news of Diana’s death, but by watching the film, I realised I hadn’t known much else about her.
It’s a film for the older generations, and people more aware of Diana and her place in history.
Diana is out now. See it at Boldon Cineworld.