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‘Spencer’ is a speculative account of the recent stage of the wedding of Princess Diana and Prince Charles. It examines the psychological traits of Princess Kristen Stewart before separating from her husband. Launched in December 1991, the historical film lasts for three days, depicting the Christmas family of the royal family in their Sandringham area and Diana contemplating her tumultuous wedding.
Even as an in-depth psychological film “in the style of Pablo Larraín,” ‘Spencer’ offers a beautiful gateway to glorious architecture and design enjoyed by royal families. The film manages to highlight the diversity of beautiful and luxurious palaces of the ruling period. Paying attention to the details taken care of by Larraín and his team to highlight the beauty of Princess Diana’s surroundings really impressed us.
Spencer Movie Filming Locations
‘Spencer’ was recorded primarily in Germany and England. The main filming of the film reportedly began in January 2021 and ended in April 2021.
Although the film was made in England, a few German locations appear in the film.
“Spencer.” After the band completed the recording in Germany, production continued in the state of Norfolk, England. Apparently, the sites inside and near the Sandringham Estate itself were used to shoot the outer series. The place where Diana opened a lens for her close friend Maggie on Old Hunstanton Beach, about ten miles from Sandringham Estate.
Located in the city of Attleborough in Norfolk, St Peter & St Paul’s Church also serves as a film studio. An important scene in which Princess Diana looked at Prince Charles and Camilla was filmed outside the church, and a visit by the royal family was shot in the house. “Spencer.”
“Spencer.” One of the three locations representing the Sandringham Estate in the movie, Schlosshotel Kronberg is located in the town of Kronberg im Taunus. Built-in the late 19th century by the German Queen Victoria, the eldest child of Queen Victoria of the UK, the center is a prime example of Royal architecture of the times.
Originally designed by royal architect Ernst von Ihne, the splendor of Schlosshotel Kronberg provides a suitable interior for the film scenes as it reflects the beauty of the Princess’s upbringing and surroundings. A five-star hotel in modern times, the castle can be seen in the movie from the black and white entrance hall Princess Diana dancing.
Exterior photographs of the Sandringham Estate were filmed mainly at Schloss Nordkirchen AKA Nordkirchen Castle, located in downtown Nordkirchen. Built in the early part of the 18th century, it is known as the “Versailles of Westphalia.” The fort is protected by UNESCO and is now known as the University of Applied Sciences of Finances North-Rhine Westphalia. The property is surrounded by a huge canal with four bridges.
The wooded areas around Nordkirchen Castle also enhance its attractiveness and beauty. The property can be seen in the film in sequence as Princess Diana walks through the garden of Sandringham Estate, focusing on thoughts about the critical circumstances of her marriage.
Naturwildpark in the city of Dülmen serves as another recording studio used to show the park scenes in the film. With the Lippe River to the south and the Baumberger Hills to the north, Dülmen is an attractive outdoor sculpture. The village has many parks, some of which are close by. The film shoot in Dülmen is reportedly completed along with the Nordkirchen program as the cities are 20 miles from each other.
“Spencer.” Schloss Marquardt AKA Marquardt Castle also serves as a biographical movie recording studio, mainly used for its stunning interior. The architectural miracle represents Park House in the film. According to sources, it is another area used to record scenes showing the Sandringham Estate. Located in the city of Potsdam, the center was used as a military hospital during World War II.
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