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Genres: Biography , Drama
Actors: Joyce Henderson , Douglas Reith , Lola Peploe , Robin Soans , Tim McMullan , Sylvia Syms , Roger Allam , Alex Jennings , James Cromwell , Helen Mirren , Pat Laffan , Amanda Hadingue , John McGlynn , Gray O’Brien , Dolina MacLennan
Director: Stephen Frears
Country: Italy, France, United Kingdom
Year: 2006
IMDB Rating: 7.4/10 (58137 votes)

Diana the ‘People’s Princess’ has died in a car accident in Paris. The Queen and her family decide that for the best, they should remain hidden behind the closed doors of Balmoral Castle. The heartbroken public do not understand and request that the Queen comforts her people. This also puts pressure on newly elected Tony Blair, who constantly tries to convince the monarchy to address the public.

Film Review

It has been for years that I haven't seen such a beautiful film. And I very rarely give maximum mark for a film. This one deserved it. It has psychology,drama,dialog,you name it. I have always said that British cinema is second to none in the world and this film proved it once again.It is not so much a film, but an artistic piece which is so rare today when cinema has been degraded to mere entertainment.The subjects are too many to write about them but all are sensitively presented and analyzed. Helen Mirren was so good that sometimes I had the feeling that this was a documentary and that Her Majesty herself was filmed.But above all I think this is a serious and responsible soul-searching of the British society in the 90s. Britain going on the coach to be released of its demons. And not only Britain of course but all modern society.The conflict between the generations but also the attempts to resolve this conflict:this is the backbone of the film I think. I live in a small town i…

They'd rather name it "Tony", as it's by no means about a legendary act of the queen! How on earth could they think they'd write history through the concepts of the alive to defeat the dead?! I could not get it indeed! The movie shows how stubborn and cold-blooded was the reaction of the Queen (the British monarchy in general) towards Diana's death, then the tune of the movie turned topsy-turvy by showing how the Queen had a sense of flexibility (even if unwillingly)and listened finally to the advice of the modernizer Tony Blair! I couldn't fully get the point of the film-makers! Was it to sympathize with Queen?! Was it to sympathize with Diana?! This movie was very unfair to Diana Spenser.. She deserves a better portrayal.. she -although deprived of every royal title alive- brought the whole British monarchy to its knees dead..I didn't like the whole point of the movie..

i have to admit,i had no really interest in seeing this movie.but a friend brought it over,so i thought why not.turns out it was a mixed blessing.on the one hand,Helen Mirren absolutely channels Queen Elizabeth.her performance is unreal.and James Cromwell is good as her husband.however,the actor portraying Prince Charles,was,in my mind miscast.i also didn't think the movie was in depth enough.for me there just wasn't enough substance.that's not to say it's a bad has its good moments.,and there are some compelling scenes.but overall,i just didn't find it spectacular.but Helen Mirren elevates the material.hence,for me,The Queen is a 6/10