05 Nov 21
Inside Picturehouse host Felicity Beckett sits down with director Pablo Larraín to talk about his new film, Spencer. In cinemas now.
Christmas has arrived at the Queen's Sandringham Estate – not far from the childhood home of Princess Diana (Kristen Stewart), whose arrival at the estate for the season's festivities is met with trepidation from all sides. Rumours of infidelity and divorce are flying, but a few days of peace is settled on, for the sake of both public decorum and the fractured family's young sons. Diana knows the role she has to play – but will she succumb to its pressures?
From Pablo Larraín, director of Jackie, Spencer imagines three days in the beguiling, tragic life of one of the most famous women in the world.
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