Spencer (film)

Spencer is a 2021 historical fiction[7][8] psychological drama film directed by Pablo Larraín and written by Steven Knight. The film is about Princess Diana's existential crisis during the Christmas of 1991, as she considers divorcing Prince Charles and leaving the British royal family. Kristen Stewart and Jack Farthing star as Princess Diana and Prince Charles respectively, joined by Timothy Spall, Sean Harris, and Sally Hawkins.

Spencer
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Theatrical release poster
Directed byPablo Larraín
Written bySteven Knight
Produced by
Starring
CinematographyClaire Mathon
Edited bySebastián Sepúlveda[1]
Music byJonny Greenwood
Production
companies
Distributed by
Release dates
  • 3 September 2021 (2021-09-03) (Venice)
  • 5 November 2021 (2021-11-05) (United Kingdom and United States)
Running time
117 minutes
Countries
  • United Kingdom
  • United States
  • Germany
  • Chile
LanguageEnglish
Budget$18 million[4][5]
Box office$23.8 million[6]

Spencer premiered at the 78th Venice International Film Festival on 3 September 2021, and was theatrically released in the United Kingdom and the United States on 5 November 2021. The film has grossed over $23 million worldwide and received generally positive reviews from critics, with Stewart's performance garnering widespread acclaim. For her portrayal of Diana, Stewart was nominated for the Academy Award, Golden Globe Award, and Critics' Choice Movie Award for Best Actress.

PlotEdit

On Christmas Eve 1991, the British royal family prepares to spend the Christmas holidays at the Queen's Sandringham estate in Norfolk. Among the attendees is Diana, Princess of Wales, whose marriage to Prince Charles has become strained due to his affair with Camilla Parker Bowles. The staff of Sandringham prepare for the royals' arrival, and Diana drives around the Norfolk countryside. On the verge of a breakdown, she avoids heading to Sandringham until running into Royal Head Chef Darren McGrady. She notes that the long-abandoned neighbouring estate, Park House, used to be her childhood home. Then she notices a scarecrow in the distance and eagerly runs towards it with a nostalgic expression. Diana takes off its jacket, which once belonged to her father John Spencer, 8th Earl Spencer, and goes back to her car.

When Diana arrives at Sandringham, her sons William and Harry are excited to see her, but she does not attempt to socialise with the royal family, who mostly ignore her. Diana's only friend at the Estate is Royal Dresser Maggie, who encourages her to both combat the royal family and fulfil the obligations expected of her. Diana finds a book on Anne Boleyn in her assigned bedroom. She begins to have dreams about Boleyn (including a hallucination of her at a Christmas Eve dinner where she imagines herself destroying a pearl necklace given to her by Charles and eating the pearls in her soup), eventually coming to believe that Boleyn's ghost is haunting her in her capacity as a fellow abandoned royal wife. Diana tries to visit her childhood home but she is stopped by royal guards, who initially mistake her for an intruder.

On Christmas Day, Diana attends the service at St Mary Magdalene Church, Sandringham, where she notices Camilla among the gathered crowd and is photographed by numerous intrusive journalists. She holds a difficult conversation with Charles, who rebuffs her concern over William and Harry's participation in a pheasant shoot the next day and advises her to develop a stronger sense of separation between her public and private lives. Charles privately arranges for Maggie to be sent to London and spreads rumours that she had planted the Boleyn book in Diana's room and made critical comments about her mental health; McGrady denies that she had done so when Diana questions him. Major Gregory attempts to encourage Diana to conform to the pressures of royal life by reminding her that the soldiers of the British Army die attempting to protect the interests of the Crown (and by extension her interests); Diana responds by stating that she never asked anyone to die for her. After imagining wounding herself with a pair of wirecutters given to her by McGrady, Diana avoids the formal Christmas Day dinner, instead running to her childhood home and gaining access to it with the wirecutters. Memories of her happier girlhood overtake her, and she dances from room to room while imagining her younger selves. She considers committing suicide by throwing herself down a flight of stairs, but the hallucination of Boleyn stops her. Instead, she rips apart her pearl necklace.

On Boxing Day, Diana wakes up in her room to find that Maggie has been called back from London. The two travel to a nearby beach, where Diana talks about her mental and marital problems. Maggie responds by confessing that she is in love with Diana. After bidding Maggie farewell, Diana goes to the pheasant shoot, walks out in front of the crowd of hunters, and announces that she is taking William and Harry to London, to which Charles reluctantly agrees. Diana bids farewell to McGrady and Major Gregory returns the Boleyn book to the library. As they drive away, Diana and her children sing along to the song "All I Need Is a Miracle" by Mike & the Mechanics, passing the scarecrow again, now dressed in one of Diana's outfits. They drive to London, where they order KFC and eat by the River Thames. Princess Diana looks across the river, uncertain of her future but no longer feeling burdened by royal responsibility.

CastEdit

ProductionEdit

On 17 June 2020, it was announced that Pablo Larraín would direct Spencer, a film starring Kristen Stewart as Princess Diana.[9] On 26 June 2020, it was reported that Neon had acquired the rights to distribute the film in the United States in a deal worth more than $4 million.[10] STX Entertainment and DCM Film Distribution will distribute in the United Kingdom and Germany.[3]

Filming began at the Schlosshotel Kronberg, Germany, in January 2021 with Timothy Spall, Sally Hawkins, and Sean Harris joining the cast.[11][12] Other filming locations were the Schloss Marquardt in Marquardt, north of the city of Potsdam, and Nordkirchen Castle,[13] the moated castle. On 25 March, production moved to the UK for the final stretch of filming, with Jack Farthing joining the cast as Prince Charles, and the film wrapped on 27 April 2021.[14]

MusicEdit

Jonny Greenwood composed the score.[15] The score was released by Mercury KX on 12 November 2021.[16] Writing for the You Discover Music website, Sharon Kelly described the soundtrack, stating: "Jonny Greenwood’s genre bending music for the Spencer soundtrack combines free jazz and classical baroque."[17]

ReleaseEdit

Spencer had its world premiere in competition at the Venice International Film Festival.[18] It then screened at film festivals in Telluride,[19] Toronto,[20] London,[21] Philadelphia,[22][23] San Diego[24] and Zurich.[25] The film was theatrically released in the United Kingdom and the United States on 5 November 2021.[26]

ReceptionEdit

Box officeEdit

Spencer has grossed $7.1 million in the United States and Canada, and $16.7 million in other territories, for a worldwide total of $23.8 million.[6]

In the United States and Canada, Spencer made $2.1 million from 996 theatres in its opening weekend.[27] In its second weekend, the film played in 1,265 theatres and made $1.53 million.[28]

Critical responseEdit

 
Stewart's performance as Princess Diana gained widespread critical acclaim and earned her a nomination for the Academy Award for Best Actress.

Upon the teaser trailer's release, Forbes reported that the role "thrusts" Stewart "into the Oscar race" for the Academy Award for Best Actress.[29] After the film's world premiere, Variety also stated, "There's already been plenty of talk in Venice that the role will likely land Stewart her first Oscar nomination." The film received a three-minute standing ovation at its world premiere,[30] with critics lauding Stewart's performance as Diana.[31]

On review aggregator Rotten Tomatoes, 83% of 316 critics have given the film a positive review, with an average rating of 7.6/10. The website's critics consensus reads: "Spencer can frustrate with its idiosyncratic depiction of its subject's life, but Kristen Stewart's finely modulated performance anchors the film's flights of fancy."[32] On Metacritic, the film has a weighted average score of 76 out of 100, based on 53 critics, indicating "generally favorable reviews".[33]

David Rooney of The Hollywood Reporter stated that the film "rests on Stewart's shoulders and she commits to the film's slightly bonkers excesses as much as to its moments of delicate illumination" and wrote that "[not] everything lands in Spencer, and I often wondered if the film was so set on bucking convention that it would alienate its audience. But it tells a sorrowful story we all think we know in a new and genuinely disturbing light."[34] Reviewing the film for The Daily Telegraph, Robbie Collin wrote: "The 31-year-old Stewart – who will be instantly and justifiably awards-tipped for this – navigates this perilous terrain with total mastery, getting the voice and mannerisms just right but vamping everything up just a notch, in order to better lean into the film's melodramatic, paranoiac and absurdist swerves."[35] Drawing comparisons between the film and the Jacqueline Kennedy biopic Jackie (2016), also directed by Larraín, Pete Hammond of Deadline Hollywood stated that "Spencer is something else indeed, almost playing out in a conventional dramatic fashion, a more accessible approach in some ways, but also more ambitious as it is squarely from the point of view of its title character, purposely called Spencer to assure us that the person who once was, is well on the way to finding that very lost spirit again before it is too late."[36]

Spencer was listed on many critics' top ten lists for 2021.[37]

Response of Princess Diana's staffEdit

Stewart's portrayal of Diana was hailed as one of the most accurate portrayals of the late Princess. Ken Wharfe, Diana's former bodyguard, commented, "Out of all the people who have played Diana over the past 10 years, she's the closest to her. She managed to perfect her mannerisms." Former Royal Chef Darren McGrady, who was portrayed by actor Sean Harris in the film, said, "Kristen Stewart is amazing as the princess, with her mannerisms and her voice ... the happy scenes of her with the boys, it was like her coming alive again. For real, Kristen Stewart played an amazing part."[38][39] However, McGrady also pointed out that the film took considerable liberties, especially with its use of metaphors, but acknowledged that the film was a fictionalised take on what possibly could have happened.[39]

AccoladesEdit

Award Date of ceremony Category Recipient(s) Result Ref(s)
AACTA International Awards 26 January 2022 Best Actress Kristen Stewart Nominated [40]
Best Supporting Actress Sally Hawkins Nominated
Academy Awards 27 March 2022 Best Actress Kristen Stewart Nominated [41]
Alliance of Women Film Journalists Awards 25 January 2022 Best Actress Kristen Stewart Nominated [42]
Austin Film Critics Association 11 January 2022 Best Actress Kristen Stewart Nominated [43]
Best Original Score Jonny Greenwood Nominated
Boston Society of Film Critics Awards 12 December 2021 Best Original Score Jonny Greenwood Won [44]
Chicago Film Critics Association Awards 15 December 2021 Best Actress Kristen Stewart Won [45]
Best Original Score Jonny Greenwood Nominated
Best Costume Design Jacqueline Durran Won
Critics' Choice Movie Awards 13 March 2022 Best Actress Kristen Stewart Nominated [46]
Best Score Jonny Greenwood Nominated
Dallas–Fort Worth Film Critics Association 20 December 2021 Best Actress Kristen Stewart Won [47]
Denver Film Critics Society 17 January 2022 Best Actress Kristen Stewart Won [48]
Best Score Jonny Greenwood Nominated
Detroit Film Critics Society 6 December 2021 Best Actress Kristen Stewart Nominated [49]
Dorian Awards 17 March 2022 Best Lead Film Performance Kristen Stewart Won [50]
Best Film Music Jonny Greenwood Nominated
Dublin Film Critics' Circle 21 December 2021 Best Actress Kristen Stewart Runner-up [51]
Best Cinematography Claire Mathon 4th place
Florida Film Critics Circle 22 December 2021 Best Actress Kristen Stewart Nominated [52]
Best Cinematography Claire Mathon Runner-up
Georgia Film Critics Association 14 January 2022 Best Actress Kristen Stewart Nominated [53]
Best Original Score Jonny Greenwood Nominated
Gold Derby Film Awards 16 March 2022 Best Actress Kristen Stewart Won [54]
Best Cinematography Claire Mathon Nominated
Best Costume Design Jacqueline Durran Nominated
Best Make Up and hair Wakana Yoshihara, Sian Wilson, Stacey Panepinto, Nicola Isles Nominated
Best Original Score Jonny Greenwood Nominated
Golden Globe Awards 9 January 2022 Best Actress in a Motion Picture – Drama Kristen Stewart Nominated [55]
Hamilton Behind the Camera Awards 13 November 2021 Director Award Pablo Larrain Won [56]
Hollywood Critics Association 28 February 2022 Best Picture Spencer Nominated [57]
Best Director Pablo Larraín Nominated
Best Actress Kristen Stewart Won
Best Costume Design Jacqueline Durran Nominated
Best Original Score Jonny Greenwood Nominated
Best Cinematography Claire Mathon Nominated
Best Production Design Guy Hendrix Dyas and Yesim Zolan Nominated
Best Indie Film Spencer Nominated
Houston Film Critics Society Awards 19 January 2022 Best Actress Kristen Stewart Nominated [58]
Best Original Score Jonny Greenwood Nominated
International Cinephile Society 6 February 2022 Best Picture Spencer 18th place [59]
Best Actress Kristen Stewart Nominated
Best Cinematography Claire Mathon Nominated
Best Score Jonny Greenwood Nominated
London Film Critics Circle 6 February 2022 Actress of the Year Kristen Stewart Nominated [60]
Los Angeles Film Critics Association Awards 18 December 2021 Best Music Jonny Greenwood Runner-up [61]
Online Film Critics Society Awards 24 January 2022 Best Actress Kristen Stewart Nominated [62]
Best Original Score Jonny Greenwood Nominated
Best Costume Design Spencer Nominated
Palm Springs International Film Festival 6 January 2022 Spotlight Award - Actress Kristen Stewart Won [63]
San Diego Film Critics Society 10 January 2021 Best Actress Kristen Stewart Nominated [64]
San Francisco Bay Area Film Critics Circle 10 January 2022 Best Actress Kristen Stewart Nominated [65]
Best Original Score Jonny Greenwood Nominated
Satellite Awards 2 April 2022 Best Motion Picture – Drama Spencer Nominated [66]
Best Actress in a Motion Picture – Drama Kristen Stewart Won
Best Art Direction and Production Design Guy Hendrix Dyas and Yesim Zolan Nominated
Best Costume Design Jacqueline Durran Nominated
Best Original Score Jonny Greenwood Nominated
Seattle Film Critics Society 17 January 2022 Best Actress in a Leading Role Kristen Stewart Won [67]
Best Costume Design Jacqueline Durran Nominated
Best Original Score Jonny Greenwood Nominated
Southeastern Film Critics Association 13 December 2021 Best Actress Kristen Stewart Won [68]
St. Louis Gateway Film Critics Association Awards 19 December 2021 Best Actress Kristen Stewart Won [69]
Best Music Score Jonny Greenwood Nominated
Best Costume Design Jacqueline Durran Runner-up
Toronto Film Critics Association 16 January 2022 Best Actress Kristen Stewart Runner-up [70]
Venice International Film Festival 11 September 2021 Golden Lion Pablo Larraín Nominated [18]
Washington D.C. Area Film Critics Association 6 December 2021 Best Actress Kristen Stewart Won [71]
Best Score Jonny Greenwood Nominated
Women Film Critics Circle 13 December 2021 Best Actress Kristen Stewart Won [72]

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