Entertainment News - A startling photograph which shows the moments of Princess Diana's death will be on the first time to the public. Tragic picture is displayed through a documentary about the fatal accident that claimed the lives of the princess in 1997. The photos were captured by paparazzi photographers trail aka the infamous - who became the culprit of the death of Princess of Wales.
The documentary entitled 'Unlawful Killing' will be screened at Cannes this week, with the support actor Keith Allen and Mohammed Al Fayed - whose son, Dodi, were killed in the accident in the tunnel that the City of Paris. At that time, Dodi and Diana were establish love.
90-minute film will show black-and-white photographs taken by Lady Di moments after the Mercedes car that brought him crashing into the side of the tunnel barrier. Although colorless, depressing picture of dying Diana clearly shows her blond hair.
The film will be screened throughout the world, but not in Britain, home of Diana. According to Allen, the British lawyer asked for 87 scenes in the film was cut. "Instead of chopping the film, we decided to play in France, the United States, and everywhere, except for Britain," he said as loaded the Daily Mail, May 10, 2011.
A spokesman for the documentary film maker said, the photo was actually not really new and have been published in several media, even available on the Internet. These filmmakers even took it from an Italian magazine.
Similar photographs ever shown to the jury trial, with Diana's face obscured.
Use of the film angered the friends of Diana. "The fact that someone is making profit by his death, very horrible," said one friend of Diana.
There is no description of the Palace of Saint James, but certainly the Prince William will be fed up with the news. The friend of Diana's hopes, both William and Harry did not make comments about the documentary because it would be utilized as promotional material.
S-Class Mercedes carrying Princess Diana
In 2008, after hearing the testimony of six months which 250 witnesses and spent 12 million pounds, the jury concluded that Princess Diana and Dodi Fayed were unlawfully killed as a direct result of negligent and drunk drivers. He is Henri Paul, who also died in the crash.
Al Fayed accused Prince Philip - the husband of Queen Elizabeth - of masterminding the crash. Former Harrods boss also accused Prince Charles, Diana's former husband. Al Fayed suspected, the accident was a plot to thwart the marriage Diana with Dodi is a Muslim. He even called the British royal family as "Dracula".
Although supportive of this documentary, the Al Fayed claims was surprised with the delivery of dying Diana photograph. "He was surprised, he will take all necessary steps to ensure the photo was not shown in the film."