Naomi Watts takes on the challenge of playing Diana, Princess of Wales. Rather than a full biography, the film focuses on the popular British royal's secret love affair with Pakistani heart surgeon Hasnat Khan (Naveen Andrews).
Why Is Diana Rated PG-13?
Diana is rated PG-13 for brief strong language, some sensuality and smoking.
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Violence: A character admits to cutting her arms and legs. Victims of land mines are shown with missing limbs and other injuries. A character detonates a landmine before walking through a field. A couple argues. Paparazzi hound a famous person.
Sexual Content: Numerous scenes of implied sexual activity are shown. A couple is seen in bed together on several occasions. Sexual innuendo, references and language are included. Embracing and kissing are portrayed. A prostitute is seen on the street.
Language: The script contains two strong sexual expletives along with infrequent slurs, some scatological slang, mild profanities and vulgar terms.
Alcohol / Drug Use:A man smokes frequently. Characters drink on numerous occasions at home and in social settings.
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The death of Diana plays an important part in the plot of the movie The Queen, which is a biographical drama about England’s Queen Elizabeth II. Naomi Watts can also be seen in Fair Game and The Impossible. Naveen Andrews plays a supporting role in Bride & Prejudice.
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Canadian Home Video Rating: PG
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Home Video Notes: Diana
Release date: 11 February 2014
Diana releases to home video with the following extras;