Marie AntoinetteMarie Antoinette follows Marie Antoinette's life as a young queen in the opulent and eccentric court at Versailles, especially the period from a teenage bride to a young woman and eventual queen of France.
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Directors of "Marie Antoinette"Sofia CoppolaBirthdate: 14 May 1971, New York City, New York, USA
Creators of "Marie Antoinette"Sofia CoppolaBirthdate: 14 May 1971, New York City, New York, USA
Critic Reviews of "Marie Antoinette"St. Louis Post-DispatchNovember 22, 2006
Stunningly original...The masterstroke of Marie Antoinette is how Coppola connects the social order to sexual servitude.Ebert & RoeperOctober 25, 2006
It's very pretty and occasionally amusing but also dreadfully dull for long, long stretches.AV ClubOctober 20, 2006
It's history written with truffles.Toronto StarOctober 20, 2006
The director squanders a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to film on the grounds and inside the Palace of Versailles. It's the trappings we get, in richly reproduced costumes and all-over gilt furniture, at the expense of any substance.Seattle TimesOctober 20, 2006
Little happens for much of Marie Antoinette, but Coppola is a visual storyteller, and with her first big canvas she creates a giddy world at Versailles in color and light.San Francisco ChronicleOctober 20, 2006
Coppola's queen experiences no inner transformation or redemption because, in this telling, she's in no need of it. She's cool to begin with.Empire Magazine AustralasiaNovember 07, 2012
This gauzy interpretation of the French icon as the life of a decadent paparazzi princess is Versailles via Vogue, a frivolous New Romantic confection in which history is less important than emotional veracity.ColeSmithey.comApril 24, 2009
With her third film, Sophia Coppola exhibits an annoying preference for style over substance.CinemaBlend.comMay 05, 2008
This could be the story of Paris Hilton if she were to be married off to an impotent French Prince instead of dating meatheads armed with camcorders.Ozus' World Movie ReviewsDecember 17, 2007
A visually scrumptious version of France's iconic but ill-fated Austrian-born queen, Marie Antoinette.Murphy's Movie ReviewsJuly 14, 2007
Coppola successfully has made a period film that doesn't feel like a museum piece.
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