The Queen

The 1997 general election has Tony Blair elected as the prime minister from the Labour Party on a manifesto of reform and modernisation. Less than four months later, Diana, Princess of Wales is killed in a car crash at the Alma Bridge tunnel in Paris.

Immediately, her death presents problems for her ex-husband, Prince Charles, and Blair, to accord the mother of a future king that is no longer a member of the royal family. Queen Elizabeth II wonders if Blair will turn his modernisation pledge on to the royal family since he attempts to have her reconsider her views on the funeral plans. Diana's family, the Spencers, called for the funeral to be private.

MPAA Rating:PG-13
Genre:Biography, Drama, History
Country:France, Italy, United Kingdom, United States
Produced By:Christine Langan, Tracey Seaward, Scott Rudin, FranÇOis Ivernel, Cameron Mccracken, Andy Harries
Directed By:Stephen Frears
Written By:Peter Morgan
Cast:Sylvia Syms, Helen Mirren, Julian Firth, Pat Laffan, Dolina MacLennan, Helen McCrory, Martin Heathcote, Jake Taylor Shantos, Amanda Hadingue, Tim McMullan, Gavin Park, Lola Peploe, Elliot Levey, Xavier Castano, Michael Sheen, Alex Jennings, Mark Bazeley, Earl Cameron, James Cromwell, Dash Barber, Stephen Samson, Susan Hitch, Anthony Debaeck, Julie Eagleton, Forbes KB, Douglas Reith, Paul Barrett, James Fiddy, John McGlynn, Roger Allam, Gray O'Brien, Wolfgang Pissors, Alan Marsh, Robin Soans, Joyce Henderson
In Theaters:Nov 17, 2006
Runtime:1 hour 43 minutes
Production:Pathé Pictures International, Pathé, Granada Film Productions, Pathé Renn Productions, BIM Distribuzione
Box Office:$56,437,947
Available On:Amazon, Itunes, Netflix, Vudu
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