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Only Lifetime TV could produce something this bad. People who believe that Diana was murdered probably also believe in alien abduction. The plot is not believable and while it raises some questions it then fails to provide a satisfactory explanation. Acted on the level of a soap opera, this is the kind of exploitation that provokes baseless conspiracy theories and glibly ignores facts. The whole concept of an American reporter stumbling onto the conspiracy and then blabbing it to everyone she meets is just not credible. It also plays on the prejudice of people who loved " the beautiful princess" but dislike the family into which she married. If you want to see something worthwhile watch Helen Mirren in "The Queen" and listen to Helen Mirren's comments at the Oscar ceremonies. Do not waste your time with this travesty.
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