Today: February 22, 2024

DIANA

A FILM BY OLIVER HIRSCHBIEGEL

ON DVD & BLU-RAY 24TH MARCH

DIRECTED BY
Oliver Hirschbiegel

STARRING
Naomi Watts, Naveen Andrews, Geraldine James 

THE LEGEND IS NEVER THE WHOLE STORY

Double Academy Award Nominee Naomi Watts (The Impossible, 21 Grams) plays DIANA in this intimate biopic, telling the untold story of the romance that shaped Diana’s final years. Coming to DVD & Blu-ray 24th March the film is from German director Oliver Hirschbiegel, whose films include the Academy Award Nominated Downfall.

Also starring Naveen Andrews (Lost, The English Patient) and Geraldine James (The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo, Sherlock Holmes 2009) DIANA is a passionate portrayal of one of the world’s most beloved figures.

Celebrated and adored by millions, she was the Queen of people’s hearts, yet the bittersweet story of the last man to truly capture hers has never before been told.

Princess Diana (Watts), at one time the most famous woman in the world, inspired a nation with her generosity, compassion and kindness – and in her final years she would meet the man who, in turn, inspired her.

In a story that until now has remained untold, DIANA introduces a time in the Princess’s life that was uniquely important in

shaping her final years, fulfilling her search for true happiness and sealing her legacy.

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