Marie Antoinette (2006)
Marie Antoinette (2006)
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Written and directed by Academy Award® winner Sofia Coppola (2003, Best Writing, Lost In Translation), Marie Antoinette is an electrifying yet intimate re-telling of the turbulent life of history's favorite villainess. Kirsten Dunst portrays the ill-fated child princess who married France's young and indifferent King Louis XVI (Jason Schwartzman). Feeling isolated in a royal court rife with scandal and intrigue, Marie Antoinette defied both royalty and commoner by living like a rock star, which served only to seal her fate.
Rotten Tomatoes® Score
Critics Consensus: Lavish imagery and a daring soundtrack set this film apart from most period dramas; in fact, style completely takes precedence over plot and character development in Coppola's vision of the doomed queen.
June 21, 2017
Sydney Morning Herald
Sadly, there's no wit here. Once Rip Torn's Louis XV has departed the scene, you can't find an act...
April 1, 2019
St. Louis Post-Dispatch
Stunningly original...The masterstroke of Marie Antoinette is how Coppola connects the social orde...
August 22, 2018
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Common Sense Media
Common Sense Says
Teen queen rocks out in punk-scored biopic.
What Parents Need to Know
Parents need to know that this is a punk-rock version of history. While teens may enjoy the music, the movie's relatively slow pace might end up turning some of them off. For those of us who remember our history, she does indeed get beheaded, but it doesn't take place during the movie. There are a few scenes in which Marie appears naked (shown from the back or with her arms over her chest), but not in a titillating way, and there's some sexual allusion when a doctor asks Louis whether his body is "responsive." A couple of sex scenes show brief skin, the king's mistress is buxom and breathy, and there are a couple of birth scenes. This is French history, so naturally there's champagne and wine. In one scene, drugs are snorted and -- as is becoming all too usual in PG-13 movies -- there's smoking.
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The parents’ guide to what’s in this movie.
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- Release Date:October 20, 2006
- Audio Format:5.1
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