Prince Charles to star in Hollywood film about how to live more harmoniously
He’s tried to add movie star to his list of credentials by making a film about how to lead better lives by being more in tune with nature.
Following the surprise success of Al Gore’s An Inconvenient Truth, Hollywood producers think a documentary-style film with Charles as narrator would be box-office gold.
The project, nicknamed Harmony, will draw on Prince Charles’ experience as an organic farmer, and as a campaigner against GM crops and ugly architecture.
The future King is said to be excited about a film which will explore his beliefs that there is a ‘worrying imbalance’ between man and nature.
The Prince is in talks with documentary maker Stuart Sender who made the Oscar-nominated film Prisoner of Paradise, tracing the story of a Jewish cabaret singer who is forced to make Nazi propaganda films before being sent to his death at Auschwitz.
A spokesman for Clarence House said the film was ‘one of a number’ of projects being discussed and that it was ‘early days’.