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Banned Worldwide: Princess Diana Documentary ‘Unlawful Killing’. Must See.

Unlawful Killing is a 2011 British documentary film, directed by Keith Allen, about the deaths of Diana, Princess of Wales and Dodi Fayed on 31 August 1997.

The film was banned in 2012 after being shelved by lawyers against potential libel lawsuits.  Producers admitted that lawyers had warned them to make 87 cuts if they wanted to show the film in Britain.

The film cost £2.5 million to produce and has never been seen by the public.

An absolute must see. This uncut, uncensored version may not remain online for very long. Please share this far and wide.

Unlawful Killing – full uncut Princess Diana film

  • Paul M

    The film wasn’t banned. I wish people would stop lying.

    UK lawyers pointed out that most of the film was based on assertions by Al-Fayed (who I’ve no problem with btw) and that the film needed to be billed as “historical fiction” rather than a documentary.

    That’s what actually happened.

    http://www.theguardian.com/film/2012/jul/05/princess-diana-documentary-unlawful-killing

    • beal

      check again

  • Garry Williams

    what is the price per shot of Ricard ?, not 80 euros I bet as per that receipt shot

    • Linda

      Euros were introduced in 2002. In 1997, France used French francs. At the introduction of the euro the value was 6.55 FF, making the Ricard here just over 12 euros in 2002. Seems like the normal price given they were at the Ritz.

  • Linda

    Is there a way we can get a link to the vimeo site? I would like to download this movie but all I can find is of very poor quality while the video above offers HD.