A portrait of Marie Antoinette, a naïve teenager who was entirely unprepared to take her place in the turbulent history of late 18th century France. The Austrian born princess was sent off to Versailles at 14, where she was lost in the rigid etiquette, brutal family infighting and merciless gossip of the French royal court. Forced to live her life in the unforgiving glare of the public spotlight, she found her escape in the sensual pleasures of youth. But her frivolity unwittingly made her the object of scandal and a convenient scapegoat for a society on the verge of revolution. –Cannes Film Festival
Louis XVI: Are you admiring your lime avenue? Marie-Antoinette: I'm just saying goodbye.
Para Sofia Coppola, Maria Antonieta foi a personalidade real mais popular da França. A diretora reclama este ícone, em sua cinebiografia Maria Antonieta (Marie Antoinette), com excessos de tédio e… read review
A fairly underrated movie in my opinion, Marie Antoinette is a fascinating and gorgeous look into the life of everybodies favorite screw-up queen. As all reviews are required to mention when it comes… read review
It is better to be misunderstood than universally liked, and as you know most great art is loved and hated by equal amounts of people. Sofia Coppola has captured a film as timeless as pastry. With… read review