Monday, May 9, 2011


Unlawful Killing, a controversial documentary which explores the death of Princess Diana and an alleged cover up by the British Establishment, will be unveiled at this year's Cannes Film Festival.

  Three years in the making, the film, by British actor and filmmaker Keith Allen, mixes candid interviews with recreations of some of the key moments from the inquest, which was not held until a decade after Diana's death.

  It is expected to shake the public's perception of what exactly happened when Diana and Dodi Fayed died in the car crash in the Paris tunnel and questions whether "dark forces" were behind the deaths. 


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