Synopsis by Linda J. Shriver
Featuring Lord Richard Attenborough as narrator, this is a video portrait of Princess Diana, who died prematurely in a tragic automobile accident in August 1997. The video clips, photographs, and interviews are a commemoration of Diana's life from her younger years at her home at Park House in Sandringham near Norfolk, to her years in London, to her wedding and brief years as a mother. The video touches on the troubles in Diana's life: her eating disorder, her troubled royal life, and her divorce from Prince Charles, but also reflects on the joy and love she found in her children. Interviews with the people who knew her, the nanny of her youth, Hillary Rodham Clinton, and friends are some of the people that let the viewer see the personality that was Diana. They tell of the positive influence she had on the world and the people she touched during her brief life. This video does not reveal any new information on Di, but is a tribute to her life and legacy.
Britain, legacy, memoir, princess, tribute