As all talk has been about Prince William and Kate Middleton, not to mention her younger sis Pippa, thanks to a new documentary at the Cannes Film Festival, the late Princess Diana will be thrust into the spotlight yet again and not necessarily in a good way. A new film is causing quite the outrage! A picture of the dying princess will be shown.
Filmmaker Keith Allen alleges in Unlawful Killing that the Princess of Wales actually predicted her own death by "accident" about four years before it actually occurred. As noted by PopEater, the film also indicates the royal family and British officials worked hard to cover it up.
In fact, the movie's backed by Mohammed Fayed whose son died in the crash alongside Diana. Due to the graphic content, movie theaters in England have banned the film! Cannes has not banned it so it's showing will occur this Friday. Keith told The Guardian in London, "Screening this film in Cannes for the world's media will be both exhilarating and terrifying for me."
He added, The movie is not about a conspiracy before the crash, but a provable conspiracy after the crash. It's a conspiracy organized not by a single scheming arch-fiend, but collectively by the British establishment – judges, lawyers, politicians, police chiefs, secret services, even newspaper editors." Hmmm.
Tacky move by the filmmaker or necessary as an integral part of the flick? Do you think it's necessary to include a morbid photo?