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Unlawful Killing (2011)

A documentary about the allegedly conspiratorial killing of Diana, Princess of Wales and Dodi Fayed

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Mohamed Al-Fayed ...
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Kitty Kelley ...
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Himself - Actor, Friend of Dodi (archive footage)
Tony Benn ...
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Michael Mansfield ...
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Laurie Taylor ...
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Noel Botham ...
Himself - Author, The Murder of Princess Diana
Lauren Booth ...
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Richard Wiseman ...
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Mark Steel ...
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Oliver James ...
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A documentary about the allegedly conspiratorial killing of Diana, Princess of Wales and Dodi Fayed

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July 2011 (Ireland)  »

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Princeza Dajana - Ubistvo  »

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Was not released in the UK, as director Keith Allen refused to make the 87 changes insisted upon by lawyers attached to the project. See more »

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It's about the content, not the film-making.
10 February 2013 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

Almost impossible to get hold of as it seems to be banned (for no reason, let alone the "87 requested cuts" as far as I can see). It is a predictably one-sided docu-film, but then, that doesn't matter as we all know the other side that was presented to us in the media over and over again. The points are all well made and clearly argued. The editing is all pretty low-budget but that's because it is. Keith Allen has done a good job with a prickly subject. Overall then, this is a film that all people in the UK ought to watch so that it opens our minds a bit more to the actual 'democracy' we live in. For the rest of the world, well worth a watch for your curiosity.


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