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Barriers and boundaries are established and only partially torn down in this laudatory but nevertheless moving film about one of the most famous and overanalyzed women to ever breathe oxygen.
There's a sense that in exchange for this impressive access, the producers felt obligated to construct a film as soft and hazy as a Hallmark Channel movie, complete with the maudlin musical score.
Diana, Our Mother: Her Life and Legacy will melt the heart of the most hardened cynic.
It makes no attempt to be a complete portrait, but rather concentrates on her goodness and good works, as a person and a public figure. There is sadness in it, but no scandal. I am good with this version.
Classy, insightful and extremely moving. Be prepared to shed a few tears because her sons, Prince William and Prince Harry, speak so frankly and lovingly.
This documentary is also in the "pathologically respectful" category, but it at least has a focus that makes clear that it understands its own purpose.
The princess deserved no lesser tribute from her magnificent sons. They are her greatest legacy. Yet one still wonders if it was wise for then to disburden their long-suppressed grief and love in this manner.
This programme seemed to say: we are our mother's boys. How did this go down at Clarence House? We will, of course, never know.
If some parts of producer/director Ashley Gething's ITV film were little more than routine hagiography, the interviews with the boys were well worth the price of admission.
It provides a heartbreaking, yet insightful glimpse at who Diana was when she wasn't a beloved princess.
Diana, Our Mother: Her Life and Legacy has a number of revelations that will be a treat for those who still remember the woman who graced the cover of People magazine a record number of 57 times.
Since this is the sort of film in which the children of the subject go through photo albums reminiscing about what they remember of their mother and their childhoods with her, don't approach Diana, Our Mother as a shocking-revelation documentary.
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