Princess Diana Death Photo Can Be Seen in Unlawful Killing
Princess Diana's Death Photo Will Be Shown in a New Movie
Whether you believe it is right or wrong, a Princess Diana death photo will soon be made available to the public in a new movie called Unlawful Killing.
It is set to be shown at the Cannes Film Festival soon, and is directed by Keith Allen, the father of singer Lilly Allen.
The photo is actually of Princess Diana as she lay dying, taken by one of the photographers that was there, and has apparently never been released to the public before.
The trailer for the film shows the U.S. comedienne Kathleen Madigan saying you have to take notice when a woman predicts she is going to be murdered and her death then happens exactly as she predicted.
When she was at a low ebb of unhappiness, Diana made several suggestions that Prince Charles, the Royal Family or the Establishment would like to kill her or lock her up in a mental hospital.
Keith Allen has defended his use of Princess Diana's death photo.
the star has defended the use of the image in the movie in an article written for Britain's Daily Mail, stating, "The photo is not used in the film for the purpose of shock."
He also said he did not make the movie for money, as he spent three years making it and it's a documentary, not a Hollywood blockbuster.