"Reality is something that none of us can stand, at any time."
The movie was based on a true story that was both heartbreaking and inspiring. The characters were relatable, and as the story unfolded, the audience was taken on an emotional journey. There were moments of joy and triumph, but also moments of deep sadness and despair. The film was expertly crafted to capture the raw emotions of the true events, and it left a lasting impact on all who watched it. The performances were outstanding, and the score added an extra layer of emotion to the already powerful story. Overall, it was a truly touching movie that will stay with you long after the credits roll.
Princess Diana's character has been interesting to me since I was a kid, her recklessness was adorable, this movie showed how lonely she was, the scenery and colors in that were pleasant, stunning and absorbing. Queen’s dialogue was sadly true “The only portrait that really matters is the one they put on the ten pins note” How ridiculous!
Rest in piece Diana Spencer, you’re in people’s hearts.