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Diana's Last Day (DVD)-the death of Princess Diana - made for ITV to commemorate the 10th anniversary of her death

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Diana's Last Day (DVD)

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Princess Diana’s Last Day revealed through a gripping narrative which gains in tension as it approaches the shocking climax; her death in Paris’s now infamous Alma tunnel.
Executive produced by Paula Trafford (Remembering Diana) who has a long-standing, trusted relationship with the Spencer family, Diana’s Last Day is a groundbreaking film which offers a unique insight into the compelling story of the final 24 hours in the life of the Princess of Wales – featuring exclusive unseen footage and photographs of Diana in those fateful hours.
Based on facts and personal accounts from that tragic day, Diana’s Last Day uses a timeline technique to reveal the story of the Princess’s death, the role played by the paparazzi pack who dramatically engaged her Mercedes Benz in a deadly game of ‘cat and mouse’ and the immediate aftermath felt around the world on that tragic day, 31st August 1997.
Diana’s Last Day also explores the still unanswered questions that surround her death: Was Diana engaged to Dodi? Was she pregnant? Could the ‘accident’ have been murder?
Diana’s Last Day is THE DEFINITIVE documentary film commissioned in 2007 by the UK’s biggest commercial broadcaster, ITV1, to commemorate the 10th anniversary of the Princess’ death.
Featuring high-profile interviews with:
James Whitaker - Acclaimed British royal reporter.
Ken Wharfe - Diana’s former security chief.
Patrick Jephson - Diana’s former equerry.
Phil Hall - Ex-editor of The News of the World.
Arthur EdwardsPhotographer for The Sun.
Ken Lennox - Veteran photographer.
Steve Wood - Ex Daily Express photographer.
Jacques Langevin, Nikola Arsov & Pierre Pham Suu - The French paparazzi arrested on suspicion of causing Diana’s death.

Region Code: Region 4 PAL

Release Date: 2009-02-09

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