Jack Marinelli’s review published on Letterboxd:
It will be a crime if Kristen Stewart doesn't win the Oscar. And I'm shocked that this didn't get nominations for so many other categories. Like I would have given it noms for Best Picture, Director, Cinematography, Score, and Costume Design. And this is just completely objective. It's a work of art. It doesn't matter that it's a fable and an imagining on how a weekend could have been for Diana. Instead of focusing on the events, they focus on who she was as a human being. And Larraín captures the most intricate and complicated human emotions with Stewart's performance. I wish I was alive to remember her, but the movie doesn't hold that against me. What a powerful movie in so many ways. Hauntingly beautiful.