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Season 6 of “The Crown”, Diana’s tribute – Liberation


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By focusing on the last moments of the princess, the first part of the final season of the Netflix series turns out to be much less delicate than what it had accustomed us to.

We had left The Crown on a very beautiful episode which closed with two mirrored looks. That of the young divorcee Diana (Elizabeth Debicki), falsely laughing, a vain attempt to tell herself that everything will be fine, and the dark and sharp one of the queen grappling with a symbolic double burial of the Britannia, the royal ship, and the retrocession of Hong Kong, witnessing the twilight of an anachronistic royalty. One of those moments of silence that the series knew how to create very well to let things stand out, to transform the corners of the mouth into tiny flaws in these people who are constantly wearing armor. We find the series at the foot of the Eiffel Tower. Instantly transformed into a totem of death. We are in Paris, at night, and a dog takes his master out along the banks of the Seine. A sedan speeds off, rushes into the Pont de l’Alma. Smash. Emergency call. The sirens ringing in the distance blend into the organ of Hans Zimmer’s theme. Princess Diana disappears off-camera, in a few seconds, before the eyes of an onlooker. Absurdity of a road accident. It’s modest, sober, inflated.

In time for us: the first three episodes of the sixth season of The Crown will only have eyes for Diana’s last days, transformed into a countdown of doom. A summer in the c

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