There is a very strong and powerful scene around 40 minutes - and it's an hallucination... Diana Spencer was a highly intelligent woman. On Christmas Day, Diana attends the service at , where she notices Camilla among the gathered crowd and is photographed by numerous.Next
The website's critics consensus reads: " Spencer can frustrate with its idiosyncratic depiction of its subject's life, but Kristen Stewart's finely modulated performance anchors the film's flights of fancy.
The music was so horrible that my ears bled. It always looks like her and her movements.
Helped by a rather cool dissident jazz score, that sadly too often gives way for more typical strings.
There is no arc, there is no grow, nothing new, the characters end exactly like they started, most - except Diana and Maggie played very well by Sally Hawkins - totally unidimensional, like MCU villains. If Diana acted anything like this in real life I can't blame the royals for being annoyed with her.Next
I'm afraid most of the cast do.
She was capable of delivering a very, very good performance in that film and now with Spencer, she has proven that she has grown as an actress.Next
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Again, I get the work but I would like less singular mannerisms.
It's like over acting all the time. But this movie forces her to change drastically vs her previous kind. Retrieved 12 November 2021.
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Retrieved 9 October 2021. Now that there are no set conventions for VOD releases, many studios have been releasing films on a case-by-case basis. It's a fascinating glimpse into the interior space of a famous woman that so many people think they know well because of her glamour and television appearances, but do they really? Diana looks across the river, uncertain of her future but no longer feeling burdened by royal responsibility.
I dunno, as someone who suffers with MH I didn't see much in this that was at all nuanced or realistic, just cheap and shallow.
I had a mixed reaction to "Spencer," Pablo Larrain's film about three days in the life of Princess Diana as she's trapped in Windsor over the Christmas holiday with a family who doesn't want her and who she hates. And Kristen Stewart's excellent performance is what makes it worth viewing. If true I guess it's sad but it's just another reason that the monarchy are an outdated pointless presence who just enforce that silly posh stereotype and are out of touch with real people.Next
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