“Diamonds From Hell” opens with a story about cancer that has been taking a toll on her family
Diamonds From Heaven, the newest entry in the Disney princess franchise, opens with the story of a princess and her family dealing with the death of a loved one.
The film is based on the true story of Anna Nicole Smith, who died of brain cancer while filming the film in 2006.
The actress was diagnosed with Hodgkin lymphoma shortly after filming began.
“I was very upset,” she told Variety at the time.
“Because I had never been diagnosed with cancer, I never had a chance to talk to my family, and I never would have had any chance to tell my friends.”
The story opens with Anna Nicole’s sister, Kristin, telling Anna’s father, Roger, about Anna’s death.
The two brothers are shown meeting Kristin in the hospital where Anna’s family is preparing to bury her.
Roger is shocked to see Anna in the room and tries to comfort her.
“Anna was a lovely little girl,” he tells Kristin.
“She loved to be with her family, she loved to dance, she enjoyed singing.
She was just so loved.”
The brothers tell Anna’s parents that she has been hospitalized and will not be able to leave until she recovers.
They explain that she is a princess of the fairy tale land, Snow White, and will be brought back to life to serve as the new Queen of Arendelle.
Anna’s mother, Elsa, tells her that she will be able bring Anna back to the kingdom of Arestelle after her cancer has been treated.
The brothers have already been tasked with caring for Anna’s sister Kristin and their other two daughters, Aurora and Aurora II.
“It’s a big family picture,” Kristin told Variety.
“We’re all just in the same place.
There’s just no other way to put it.”
Kristin has been fighting a long battle with leukemia since Anna’s diagnosis.
“This is really important,” she tells Variety.
“[Anna] was an amazing girl who always had a smile on her face.
She had a huge heart, and it was a huge burden on her parents.
And it’s a huge challenge, for me as well, because I have two daughters.”
Kristina and Roger are shown with Anna’s older sister, Elsa.
“You’re going to have a hard time not feeling sorry for her, Elsa,” Roger tells Kristina.
“But she was a sweetheart, Anna was, and we were going to miss her.”
Kristins parents, who were also on set, were shocked when Anna was taken from them by her brother.
“They’re not sure if they can be strong enough to hold on to the strength Anna had,” Kristina told Variety, adding that the brothers’ “guts” have been tested during rehearsals.
Anna is now living in a private, private room with her sister and her mother, who are helping her manage the situation.
The story ends with Kristina, who is about to be married to a prince, and Roger going to see a movie together, where they will reunite with their sisters.
The Disney princesses’ story is similar to the real-life story of actress Mariah Carey, who battled cancer for several years before finally being cured.
Carey died at the age of 61.
“Every day I wake up, I think about how she must have felt when she died,” Carey told Variety in 2013.
“If she could have been in this world, she would have been so happy.”