I don't suppose that we will ever learn the truth about what happened to Princess Diana. former actor and comedian now turned film director has made a film about her death.
However it must be said that Mohamed al-Fahed bankrolled the production to the tune of £2.5 million.
The documentary Unlawful Killing is controversial to say the least, sensational in fact.
Unlawful Killing alleges a conspiracy surrounding the inquest after Diana and her lover were killed in a car crash after fleeing paparazzi that chased them from the Paris Ritz until they crashed into a pillar in an underground tunnel..
Allen said that Unlawful Killing was "an inquest of the inquest" and said that "I didn't want to make a sensationalist film I don't believe it is a sensationalist film. I think it is a very forensic analysis of a process, a British legal process, and I think it reveals things that, I'm sorry, don't add up."
Prince Philip is depicted as a gangster who puts a contract on Diana and Dodi ...
The £2.5million production, bankrolled by Mohammed Fayed - also accuses the Establishment of interfering in the inquest.
Comic-turned-director Keith Allen also uses a previously unpublished photo of the Princess dying in the wreckage. He observed "There is no blood and her eyes are open but was taken just two hours before she died."
However the British Establishment have censored Unlawful Killing and it will never be shown in the UK but Allen maintained that there was a possibility that it could be shown at the London Film Festival.
Personally I don't see that because Mohamed al Fayed financed the film it makes it any the.less plausible because obviously he believes tha his son Dodi and Diana were murdered and wants the truth to come out as any father would...