By David Jenkins
Kristen Stewart is the saving grace of director Pablo Larraín’s slow-paced and inert biopic of Princess Diana.
Kristen Stewart excels in this psychological portrait of Princess Diana, but a heavy-handed script lets things down.
Venice Film Festival
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