Director: Oliver Hirschbiegel
Cast: Naomi Watts, Naveen Andrews, Cas Anvar, Laurence Belcher, Harry Holland, Douglas Hodge, Geraldine James, Charles Edwards, Mary Stockley, Juliet Stevenson

Diana, Princess of Wales, lived in the spotlight and died in a tragic Paris car crash in 1997. This odd biopic concentrates on the final two years of her life, and reduces them to a story of love and landmines. We see her dedicate her time to humanitarian work and fall in love with a Pakistani heart surgeon Hasnat Khan, who is never fully committed to the relationship for the fear of losing his privacy. There is no room in this drama for Prince Charles or other members of the Royal Family, and her cherished children feature for about ten seconds. This is simply an overegged romance, but not as awful as its reputation would suggest.