It's a wonderful looking movie that kind of gives the era a modern-day feel.
almost 2 years
Hilarious satire and lavish visuals, just like Antoinette herself would have wanted it.
almost 4 years
Historically accurate? No. Breathtakingly beautiful? Yes. Worth it.
If the original pitch was to make a complete turd then mission accomplished
over 5 years
Pretty good, but a little lengthy and I disliked the contemporary music.
One of the only films where I don't care about historical inaccuracy. It's just delicious.
Sofia Coppola brings to the screen an imaginative interpretation of the life of
legendary teenage queen Marie Antoinette. When betrothed to King Louis
XVI (Jason Schwartzman), the naïve Marie Antoinette (Kirsten Dunst) enters the
opulent French court which is steeped in conspiracy and scandal. Without guidance, adrift in a dangerous
world, the young girl rebels against the isolated atmosphere at Versailles and becomes France’s most misunderstood