The 1997 grim and graphic photos of Princes Diana which showed her moments before her death are causing huge waves of controversy and outrage in Britain.
The controversial photos of the dying princess were first featured in a documentary at the Cannes Film Festival, and today these photos are causing massive controversies and anger.
The new documentary which is mainly about the late Princess Diana’s life shows graphic photos of a dying Princess Diana in the final moments after the fatal car crash that resulted in her death plus two others.
The film titled, ‘Unlawful Killing’ is a 90 minute film which was financed partly by Mohamed al Fayed, the father of Princess Diana’s lover, Dodi Fayed who was also killed with Princess Diana in the horrifying car crash on 31 August 1997.
The graphic and grim pictures have angered many Brits and will surely outrage Princes William and Harry.
The greater part of the film digs deeper into the investigations into the death of Princess Diana. Light is also shed on the very graphic photos taken by the paparazzi in the Paris tunnel where the car crash occurred. In the grim photos Princess Diana is seen brutally injured and on the verge of dying. Paparazzi photographed the princess as she fought desperately for her life.
This highly controversial film according to reports will not be shown in the United Kingdom as for the moment, because of the grim photos of Princess Diana in her dying moments.
Unlawful Killing has however been shown in cinemas in the rest of Europe and has even found its way to the United States where producers hope it would perform very well.
The theme of the documentary apart from being on the crash of Princess Diana is also on the alleged cover up of the British and French authorities on the sad event.