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Marie-Antoinette in Film

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Marie-Antoinette in Film

Post  May on Thu Nov 10, 2011 10:17 pm

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A review of Sofia Coppola's Marie Antoinette, by Elena Maria Vidal. She did not care for the film...Neither do I.


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New-old forgotten (?) film

Post  Sophie on Sat Apr 06, 2013 6:09 pm

Wow, I have to share something with all of you! Someone in a Marie-Antoinette Facebook group posted a film with the title Marie-Antoinette in Versailles (1979). The first impressions for me that I found the perfect film about her (after 8 years Very Happy ), although I haven't watched it so accurate yet. Do you know this one?


Good points:
- It recalls the historical documentaries.
- No long lamentations about her sexuality and late pregnancy!
- Louis is not shown as a "bad" or uninteresting character who must be avoided while showing Antoinette's life (or not so objective: THEY ARE SO CUTE TOGETHER!!!! Especially in the rowing scene, or after he shows her Trianon... drunken )

OK, I stop it now Very Happy

EDIT: I found out by the Google research that this is for children. I've never heard about this series... is it something well-known for the English-speaking countries?

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Re: Marie-Antoinette in Film

Post  Elena on Sat Apr 06, 2013 6:31 pm

Sounds wonderful! cheers

Je pardonne à tous mes ennemis le mal qu’ils m’ont fait.

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