The film alleges a cover-up to keep facts of Diana’s death from officials investigating the accident!
A divisive film investigating the controversy behind Princess Diana and Dodi Al-Fayed‘s 1997 deaths could find distribution in the United States!
Unlawful Killing, which was directed by Keith Allen and financed by Dodi’s rich father Mohamed, paints a super-controversial picture of the accident, The Hollywood Reporter reports. The documentary alleges that the 2007 inquest and ruling that the pair was killed because of gross negligence from their limo driver and the pursuant paparazzi was tainted by evidence kept under wraps. In fact, Killing suggests their deaths were part of a big conspiracy — allegations drawing criticism from all sides and a very mixed reaction when it was screened at the Cannes Film Festival in May.
But now the film is being distributed in countries like Russia and Spain, and producers are said to be close to a deal to release the film in the United States.
Predictably, the film will probably not see the light of day in the United Kingdom because it would have to be dramatically cut in order to remain within the country’s libel laws.
What do YOU think, HollywoodLifers — should Killing be released in the United States, or is it too conspiratorial to be seen?
— William Earl
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