There is a controversy brewing at Cannes Film Festival over a documentary called, ‘Unlawful Killing’, about the late Princess Diana’s death. The filmmakers are set to release footage, which includes close-up photos of her untimely crash. It is unfortunate that the timing of the screening is during the honeymoon of son, William and new wife Catherine.
The release of Keith Allen’s new film, ‘Unlawful Killing’ about the death of Diana, Princess Of Wales is expected to cause outrage during the screening. This is due to the shocking photo of Diana, just moments after her car crash which claimed her life back in 1997.
Although in 2008 an inquest ruled the driver caused the crash through grossly negligent driving, the film also has interviews suggesting otherwise. The film documents the royal car accident in Paris, which also killed her chauffeur Henri Paul and companion Dodi Fayed.
The father of her Dodi, Mohammed Al-Fayed, was outraged when he heard the graphic image was included in the film, which has never been shown in the U.K. It was reported that the documentary will not be shown in UK cinemas.
Princess Diana will continue to be an icon to many, and her death was mourned by people around the world. It was a sad day for many and it would be best to let her rest in peace.
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