In the weeks following the film‘s debut on the festival circuit, 映画スタジオネオンはフリックのために完全な予告編を落としました, which will follow the late ダイアナ妃 during a holiday visit with the royal family that sees her marriage ultimately fall apart.
“Your Royal Highness, family are all gathered in the drawing room,” says a man greeting the princess as she says hello to her sons upon arriving at the estate. “They are waiting.”
An emotional Diana can then be seen washing her hands in the bathroom.
“Three days,” she whispers to herself. “That’s it.”
“They’re getting very serious about you,” a woman warns Diana, whose tension with her fellow royals is at an all-time high during this period of her life. “So stand still and smile a lot.”
“Mommy, what’s happened to make you so sad?” one of her young sons asks.
She responds: “ここに, in this house, there is no future. The past and the present are the same thing.”
Throughout the trailer, Diana can be seen spending time with the family in various settings, such as at a lavish dinner table or posing for a family portrait.
“ダイアナ, for the good of the country,” he pleads.
“For the country?” she shoots back before later admitting that “there’s no hope” for her when it comes to the royals.
As also recently showcased in “王冠,” it seems that Diana will do a fair bit of dancing during her stay at Sandringham, and she’ll also don expensive and famous gowns and outfits seen by the public.
“Will they kill me, do you think?” she asks someone, likely referring to her decision to divorce Charles, a choice that she’s said to have made during the holiday visit.
“スペンサー,” due to hit theaters on Nov. 15, earned rave reviews when it hit the Venice, Toronto and Telluride film festivals this summer. Stewart, 31, has also received a fair amount of awards buzz for her performance and is expected to be nominated for an Oscar.