History YMMV / TheQueen

3rd Sep '17 5:15:12 PM theladyvanishes
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* HilariousInHindsight: When the Queen visits Diana's public memorial, the camera lingers on a poster that says "They do not deserve you." Flash-forward to over ten years later, where [[Film/WonderWoman2017 another well-known film]] features the line "Be careful, Diana. They do not deserve you."
3rd Sep '17 4:26:20 PM theladyvanishes
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* ValuesDissonance: Though the movie premiered at a time when Diana's fond memory was still very much apparent, younger viewers not as familiar with Princess Diana and her legacy may end up agreeing with [[JerkAssHasAPoint Prince Philip]] in that hordes of citizens with absolutely no relationship with the deceased showing extreme public grief was bewildering or nonsensical at best and embarrassing at worst --- something that sons William and Charles would also admit to feeling decades after her death.

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* ValuesDissonance: Though the movie premiered at a time when Diana's fond memory was still very much apparent, younger viewers not as familiar with Princess Diana and her legacy who watch the film years later may end up agreeing with [[JerkAssHasAPoint Prince Philip]] in that hordes of citizens with absolutely no relationship with the deceased showing extreme public grief was bewildering or nonsensical at best and embarrassing at worst --- something that sons William and Charles would also admit to feeling decades after her death.
3rd Sep '17 4:25:40 PM theladyvanishes
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* ValuesDissonance: Though the movie premiered at a time when Diana's fond memory was still very much apparent, younger viewers not as familiar with Princess Diana and her legacy may end up agreeing with [[JerkAssHasAPoint Prince Philip]] in that hordes of citizens with absolutely no relationship with the deceased showing extreme public grief was bewildering or nonsensical at best and embarrassing at worst --- something that sons William and Charles would also admit to feeling decades after her death.
18th Nov '16 5:52:00 AM GothicProphet
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** Could be a case of EpilepticTrees as according to the DVDCommentary, the writer suggests that he meant for the stag to represent the Queen herself (that the stag made it to fourteen points suggests it was lucky to have survived for such a long time). Most people naturally assume that it's Diana, hunted and then killed.

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** Could be a case of EpilepticTrees as according to the DVDCommentary, the writer suggests that he meant for the stag to represent the Queen herself (that the stag made it to fourteen points suggests it was lucky to have survived for such a long time). Most people naturally assume that it's Diana, hunted and then killed.killed.
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29th Jul '12 1:08:12 AM Ravenya003
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* HumourDissonance: The writer and director discuss this on the DVDCommentary. Having watched the film alongside audiences in Britain, America and Vienna, they were fascinated by the fact that only some nationalities found jokes that had been deliberately inserted into the script as funny, whilst others were laughing at things that were meant to be serious (such as the Americans laughing at the Prime Minister eating fish-fingers or footage of celebrities turning up at Diana's funeral).
29th Jul '12 12:55:24 AM Ravenya003
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* WhatDoYouMeanItsNotSymbolic: The stag.

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* WhatDoYouMeanItsNotSymbolic: The stag.stag.
** Could be a case of EpilepticTrees as according to the DVDCommentary, the writer suggests that he meant for the stag to represent the Queen herself (that the stag made it to fourteen points suggests it was lucky to have survived for such a long time). Most people naturally assume that it's Diana, hunted and then killed.
26th Apr '11 4:44:09 PM wittylibrarian
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* CrowningMomentOfAwesome / CrowningMomentOfHeartwarming: Blair's fierce defense of the Queen when one of his staff members goes a bit too far.

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* CrowningMomentOfAwesome / CrowningMomentOfHeartwarming: Blair's fierce defense of the Queen when one of his staff members goes a bit too far.WhatDoYouMeanItsNotSymbolic: The stag.
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