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Australian Diana Spencer wins a competition in a women's magazine, and as a prize gets a trip for two to London, where she wants to meet her idol and namesake, Princess Diana. She goes there with her fiance, Mark, but during the garden party Princess plans to attend, things get mixed up and Aussie Diana gets arrested with Paparazzi photographer Rob. Diana really wants to meet Princess and follows Rob as he searches for Princess Di to take some photos. Written by
Considering the content of this movie no wonder hardly anybody has seen or even heard of it. Since Diana was practically stalked and photographed (Literally) to death the release of this film simply had bad timing. The movie is about a female admirer of Diana whose named also happens to be the same - she wins a trip to England to meet her, and of a photographer's obsession to get that "special" shot of Diana no matter what he has to do to get it. This is not a dark film but quite a light piece and quite funny and entertaining in places. It's just a shame the release of this film and Diana's death practically occurred at the same time. Now that some time has passed I suggest you see it. It's not half bad!
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