The Women of Windsor (1992)

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The film offers a dramatized look at the lives of two women who married into the Windsor family in the late 20th century: Princess Diana and Sarah Ferguson, the Duchess of York.


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Steven Hilliard Stern


Peter Lefcourt

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26 February 2002 | sibisi73
A right royal farce.
Obviously aimed at the American market (who love this type of thing!) this made for TV trash is a dismal attempt to chronicle the lives of Fergie and Princess Diana (mostly the former) through their relationships in the 80s, their marriage break ups and their heartbreak and turmoil being a member of the British royal family.

The whole thing has a whiff of an amateur production with some of the worst performances I've seen in a long time. You have to see Nicola Formby's 'Diana' to believe it. She's is about as charismatic as a wet fish, and wooden to boot. There's hilarious narration from a hack who has followed their story from the start, and we jump years from one 'juicy' story to the next with a few lines about what happened in between. Everything is tabloid trash, so there isn't anything we don't know already, and the 'impersonations' are ridiculous. There's always someone around to drop a name or two, otherwise it would be hard to work who's who.

Totally awful in every way. It has it's so-bad-it's-good moments, but not enough to spare you from the tedium. How anyone could have taken this story and made it this dull is beyond me!

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Release Date:

25 October 1992



Country of Origin

UK, USA, Canada

Filming Locations

London, England, UK

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