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Marie Antoinette

HD   PG Closed Captioning

Sofia Coppola

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About the Movie

Written and directed by Academy Award winner Sofia Coppola (2003, Best Writing, Lost In Translation), Marie Antoinette is an electrifying yet intimate re-telling of the turbulent life of history's favorite villainess. Kirsten Dunst portrays the ill-fated child princess who married France's young and indifferent King Louis XVI (Jason Schwartzman). Feeling isolated in a royal court rife with scandal and intrigue, Marie Antoinette defied both royalty and commoner by living like a rock star, which served only to seal her fate.

Customer Reviews

Best movie ever!!

I love this movie. Love the story, and the costumes and colour is amazing!! The sounndtrack for this film is one of the best i have heard!!


There is so much attention to detail! from the colors, the costumes and the scenery - just spectacular. Coppola displays, brilliantly, the leisure and the life of people in those times, in Versailles. Love it

It's okay if you're just watching for the pretty pictures

I can understand why people would love this film. It's pretty, the characters wear extravagant clothes and there's a trendy list of accompanying pop music. Unfortunately if you know anything about the French rev or have studied this period of French history at all you'll be gritting your teeth. The film is blatantly made for American high school culture - so don't expect to learn anything real about the tragic queen of France.