A documentary on the younger sister of Queen Elizabeth during the social changes of the 60s and 70s. Starring Craig Brown, Anne de Courcy, and Lady Glenconner.
This film documents the life of Princess Margaret, the spare heir. We see that she is caught between two different worlds. It also shows the rebellious life she led. I’m caught between wanting to sympathize with her and knowing she made her decisions in life, some of which were forced on her. She was the focus of the media as the one that didn’t need to be closeted away from the public. She was the drama, glamour, excitement, and controversy of the Royal family – much like Prince Harry today. This film is interesting, and the filmmakers interview the people around her during those early decades. This is one that is worth the watch.