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 its focus just on mood and feeling she displays a deep understanding for her main character, performed pitch perfect by Kristen Dunst. To make a film emotionally engaging without a plot is a very complex task, and she achieves it completely. Marie Antoinette, is at its heart an examination on Hollywood, or more what it means to live in a world governed by rules, rituals, gossip and display, a perfect counterpart to the city of Tokyo in “Lost in Translation”. Within a ten-year span, I believe this film will still be as engaging and is at its core an important film for the new generation of filmmakers.