The Murder of Princess Diana
The Murder of Princess Diana is a 2007 Lifetime Television movie, directed by John Strickland and starring Jennifer Morrison as an American reporter. The film was based on the book by Noel Botham. Reg Gadney and Emma Reeves wrote the teleplay.
A review by Mike Hale in The New York Times described it as being "a compendium of Diana conspiracy theories" and "an uneasy combination of crime thriller, romantic melodrama and snuff film, it doesn’t ask us to suspend our disbelief so much as overcome our gag reflex". Barry Garron of the Associated Press previewed the film: "Although filmed on location, the production values are about what you might expect from a film school project".
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