When Jarrod Kuhn returned home to Honeoye Falls, N.Y., on Sunday after his trip to Charlottesville, Va., he was confronted by a harsh reality.
NYS Entity Status
NYS Filing Date
MARCH 25, 2014
NYS DOS ID#
7630 CORBY ROAD
HONEOYE FALLS, NEW YORK, 14472
NYS Entity Type
DOMESTIC LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANY
2014 - MOTHER MERI'S ALL NATURAL LLC
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- HBO film reveals the real ‘Diana’
By David Wiegand - Saturday Jul 22, 2017
The film, premiering Monday, July 24, on HBO is likely to be the most important hour of the anticipated saturation TV coverage of the 20th anniversary of the death of Diana, Princess of Wales.The film, produced and directed by Ashley Gething, begins with Princes William and Harry looking at photos of their mother, and of themselves, frolicking with a woman Harry calls “a total kid,” with a wicked sense of humor.The above mentioned cynic might conclude that this is meant to counter the whole “shy Di” thing, and the focus on her obvious unhappiness performing her royal duties while her marriage to Prince Charles was falling apart—one of the public’s most indelible memories of “the people’s princess.”[...] there is ample evidence that the royal princes knew their mum far better than the news media, who chased her around the world, and eventually through that tunnel in Paris on the last night of her life, August 31, 1997.To its credit, the film does not try to rewrite history, for the most part.When William was 12, his mother brought him to homeless shelters so he could understand the severity of the problem.All of this could be dismissed as Buckingham Palace PR, were it not for the relative openness with which Harry and William talk about their mother.While it is clear that both men inherited their mother’s sense of duty and activism, Will, at least, also inherited a wariness about the press.William and Harry have lived their lives in public, which, to an extent, goes with their respective jobs in the family business.Prior to the car crash, the boys had been shuttled back and forth between Diana and Charles, never feeling as though they had sufficient time with either parent.Throuogh it all, “Diana, Our Mother,” will make a claim for legitimacy that no other TV documentary can touch.David Wiegand is an assistant managing editor and the TV critic of The San Francisco Chronicle.