ANGELIKA’s review published on Letterboxd:
the generous greeneries and spacious mansions aside, pablo larraín's spencer is a beautiful but suffocating film. the profound discomfort caused by the nagging feeling of not only being watched but judged as well, is asphyxiating. gripping into the loose threads between reality and sanity, kristen stewart's lady diana spencer is a brave, brave woman desirous of nothing more worthwhile than liberation and bliss.
honestly, kristen stewart is in the bag for this one. for a moment, i forgot it was even her acting, she was so engrossing... and please, let's talk about that dance montage!!!! i'm sure i'm not the only one completely mesmerized by it. the cinematography and score, just chef's kiss.
also, why the hell would they just not turn the heating up??¿?¿