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Gira en torno a un romance secreto entre la princesa Lady Di y el doctor Hasnat Khan, de quien se dice que fue el amor de su vida; al parecer, Diana conoció a Hasnat en 1995 e iniciaron una relación de unos dos años, tan seria que Diana incluso pensó en convertirse al Islam.
"Gira En Torno A Un Romance Secreto Entre La Princesa Lady Di Y El Doctor Hasnat Khan, De Quien Se Dice Que Fue El Amor De Su Vida; Al Parecer, Diana Conoció A Hasnat En 1995 E Iniciaron Una Relación De Unos Dos Años, Tan Seria Que Diana Incluso Pensó En Convertirse Al Islam."
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Such is the problem with "Diana." It should have been called "Diana and the Doctor" (terrible but I can't think of anything better right now) or something like "An Affair to Remember."
I've now seen Diana twice, and I think that the slew of bad reviews was unfair. I think it's a good little movie. And I think that Naomi's performance was brilliant. She was so brave to take it on, and she admirably walked a fine line between mimicry and relaxing into the role. I think everybody had their own Diana movie in their head, and this film couldn't live up to their expectations.
A key to it is "Brief Encounter," mentioned by Naveen Andrews in the interview with him on the DVD. He had that film in mind when he accepted role. Made in 1945, it was a simple film that's a tiny masterpiece. Two married people meet and fall in love. They meet once a week at the movies. Then they must part. I can't remember all the details; I'm going to see it again. Anyway, "Diana" was a tightly focused film about a romance and its very special challenges. I wouldn't want to see a more active scene of Di with her boys, because that would shift the focus of the film. I think it was a movie that was true to its intention. I think Hasnat could have been more handsome and charismatic, as the real Hasnat is described, but Naveen was pretty good in the part nevertheless.
I feel really bad for Naomi and the director, who previously directed "Downfall." That movie is very contained--the characters are in a bunker, after all, until the end, and the director brought this bracketing to "Diana." He had less than two hours to tell the story, and so he stayed with the romance and managed to also hit the notes of Diana walking in the minefield, auctioning her clothes, making secret calls to the press about her whereabouts, and several other biographical bits from that time that tied into her relationship with Hasnat.
What a shame that the film bombed. It needed better packaging. I'm glad it was made.
* are looking for something historically factual about Diana's life ~ it is based loosely on events, but seems mainly fictional
* are hoping Naomi Watts looks a lot like Diana ~ she doesn't strongly resemble Diana, but she sounds like her at times
* want to see exact replicas of Diana's fabulous wardrobe ~ the clothes are similar, but not exact from what I could tell
* want to see sets that replicate Diana's rooms at Kensington Palace ~ the rooms in this movie aren't replicas - you can see actual images of Diana's rooms on pinterest, however
* are looking for something deep like the movie THE QUEEN ~ this doesn't have the same substance, but it did get you thinking about how lonely life was for Diana after the boys were in boarding school, Charles was with Camilla, and Diana can't go anywhere without being hounded by the ever-present press
I read the reviews which panned this film, so didn't expect much. I actually enjoyed the movie more than I expected. Sure, sometimes the dialogue sounded silly, but when you're in love, a lot of people sound silly, right? Prince William's phone was hacked and we learned he calls Kate 'babykins'. Wouldn't want anyone listening to my conversations. So, perhaps the dialogue was more like real life than we realize. You see how trapped Diana was by expectations, lack of privacy, the public's relentless interest in her every move, the royal family's jealousy of her, and lack of options to work or find meaning in a career like some do.
If you like Princess Diana, and would like to see a largely fictional imagining of a romance with the heart doctor and what that might have been like, you might enjoy this film more than some of the reviews suggest. The heart doctor was interviewed recently and said the movie didn't get their story accurately. The movie is light, and melodramatic, but it does provoke thought on how celebrity, and being royal, has equal lows accompanying the highs. 3.5 stars
Deep down I know she would've done well in her new life. Perhaps do more charity work, work in documentaries, get remarried and have that baby girl she always wanted. And maybe write a bio book about her new found happiness - maybe she'll discuss fashion, music, arts, fave recipes...yeah I miss her so much.