Directed by the creative talent of Sofia Coppola who gave us the recent Lost in Translation
Scheduled for release 2006 Marie Antoinette...
''What the Movie Is About: Dunst stars as the young Austrian who got married off to a Frenchman, lost her head over fancy clothes, and then really lost her head to the blade of the guillotine. Schwartzman co-stars as Louis XVI, her politically (and sexually) ineffectual husband.''
A period piece with that same hip push that was present in Lost In Translation, when first shown the trailer i was shocked...yet the mood/style complements that almost 80's tip of the hat to a woman who lived life of affluent society, money, sex, drugs and 5 string quartet?
The slight "hand held" feel allows for something i have never experienced in a period piece up untill now... (loved Dangerous Liasions click on the dangerous liasons dvd cover)
I am interested to see how the history is portrayed in a film style such as this and dialogs of such a social culture..it could be very interesting. For all of us who love there R&D link: MARIE ANTOINETTE QUICK BIO