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Marie Antoinette (Widescreen) (2006)

Kirsten Dunst , Jason Schwartzman , Sofia Coppola  |  PG-13 |  DVD
3.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (520 customer reviews)

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  • Actors: Kirsten Dunst, Jason Schwartzman, Rip Torn, Judy Davis, Rose Byrne
  • Directors: Sofia Coppola
  • Writers: Sofia Coppola
  • Producers: Callum Greene, Christine Raspillère, Francis Ford Coppola, Fred Roos, Paul Rassam
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Digital Sound, Closed-captioned, Subtitled, Anamorphic, Dubbed, NTSC
  • Language: English (Dolby Digital 5.1), French (Dolby Digital 5.1)
  • Subtitles: English, French
  • Dubbed: French
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.85:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: PG-13 (Parental Guidance Suggested)
  • Studio: Sony Pictures Home Entertainment
  • DVD Release Date: February 13, 2007
  • Run Time: 123 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (520 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000M06KJ8
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #9,143 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "Marie Antoinette (Widescreen)" on IMDb

Special Features

  • "The Making of Marie Antoinette" featurette
  • Deleted Scenes
  • Cribs with Louis XVI

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Written and directed by Academy Award(r) 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.

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While much was made of the fact that Marie Antoinette elicited boos at Cannes, the many favorable reviews attracted less attention. Inspired by Antonia Fraser's biography, Sofia Coppola fashions a portrait that's just as dreamy as The Virgin Suicides, her first literary adaptation, and the Oscar-winning Lost in Translation. Set to a soundtrack of post-punk (a conceit that adds more interest than resonance), the teenaged Marie (Kirsten Dunst, quite good) may be shallow, but she's rarely unsympathetic. The story begins in the late-18th century as the Austrian Archduchess agrees to marry Louis-Auguste (Jason Schwartzman). After bidding adieu to her mother, Maria Theresa (Marianne Faithfull), she travels to France, where King Louis XV (Rip Torn) sets the rules--and the list is endless (Judy Davis' Comtesse de Noailles is the primary enforcer). As for the Dauphin, he's just a boy, really, with more interest in his key collection than their marriage bed. Should Marie produce an heir, it might be enough to sustain her--since life is nothing but an endless shopping spree--but clouds gather on the horizon as an impoverished populace rises up against their extravagant leaders. Coppola merely suggests what happens next, although history paints a darker picture. Filmed in and around the Chateau of Versailles, Marie Antoinette is a riot of rustling gowns, sparkling jewels, and Manolo Blahnik-designed shoes. To say that style trumps substance does its maker a disservice, but the look of the thing does leave the deepest impression. --Kathleen C. Fennessy

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23 of 23 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars understated historical drama November 7, 2006
Format:Theatrical Release
Perhaps unfairly, the name Marie Antoinette has become virtually synonymous with the upper class' indifference to the sufferings of the poor. Even all these centuries later, many people still believe that the much-maligned French queen actually uttered the words, "Let them eat cake," when confronted with the news that her subjects were starving (the phrase actually comes from a play popular at the time). Writer/director Sofia Coppola's new film, "Marie Antoinette," based on the book "Marie Antoinette: The Journey" by Antonia Fraser, seems determined to clear her name and change that perception.

In this film, Marie Antoinette is seen as a sheltered, somewhat frivolous young girl unprepared for the role history was about to thrust upon her. The movie begins at the moment when the Archduchess of Austria, aged 14, has been promised in wedlock to France's Prince Louis XVI as part of a treaty between the two countries. She is quickly whisked away to her new nation and new role, becoming a virtual prisoner to the proscribed rites and regulations of court life at Versailles in the late 18th Century.

In a wise move artistically (if not commercially), Coppola has seen fit to bleed the film of most of its potential hyperbole and melodrama, choosing instead to concentrate on the gossipy pettiness and mind-numbing rituals of royal life at that time. We see Marie completely stripped of any sense of personal privacy, as she endures the indignities of a virtual cast of thousands having a hand in her dressing herself in the morning and being constantly under the watchful eye of moral advisers on the lookout for any breach of etiquette or protocol deemed unbecoming of a queen.
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228 of 271 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Let Them Eat Ganache October 22, 2006
Format:Theatrical Release
Booed at its Cannes premiere this year (as Anthony Lane in the "New Yorker" states: "Who was in the audience, Robespierre?"), "Marie Antoinette" is that rare bird: a film that is beautiful on the outside (everything about the physical movie is eye-poppingly gorgeous: Costumes, Food, Pastries, Shoes {yes shoes...in fact I can't remember a film in recent memory of which almost every reviewer credits the shoes to the designer: in this case, Manolo Blahnik}) as it is on the inside: studiously, exhaustively researched, thoughtfully written and impeccably directed by Sofia Coppola who gives us a revisionist portrait of M. Antoinette that is humane, heartfelt and above all measured and compassionate. There is no doubt who is in charge of this huge production and Coppola's obvious tender touch is evident everywhere throughout this film.
This "Marie Antoinette" is told from a Marie as a girl perspective: she is very young, she is giddy, very much impatient of the French Court and it's customs, very much into clothes and shoes yet she matures, has children, takes a lover grows wise, becomes the subject of gossip, learns to love Louis and becomes a loving and doting mother. This is a fully fleshed out role of a victim, really: a victim of politics, of circumstances beyond her control.
At the center of this film is the tragic, sad and revelatory Marie of Kirsten Dunst. Dunst's Marie is the outsider, reviled by the French court (called "L'Autrichienne" by most...the Austrian *itch), lost and 14 when she first arrives in France, literally stripped of everything Austrian, Dunst navigates this difficult role with ease. But this is not a surface performance...not at all. Dunst digs deep and reveals all the nuances, all the insecurities, all the strengths of one of the most hated women in all of history.
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33 of 36 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Unique and fun October 6, 2007
Format:DVD
I enjoyed "Marie Antoinette" a lot more than I thought I would. The film begins with Marie (Kirsten Dunst), the Austrian Archduchess, setting off to France to marry Louis-Auguste (Jason Schwartzman). Unfortunately, Marie's new husband has little interest in her or in the act of consummating their marriage, so the future queen finds herself in limbo for quite some time, as it is uncertain whether she will produce an heir to the throne and thus survive at court. Eventually Louis-Auguste comes around, and Marie gives birth to a daughter, and later a son. In the meantime, Marie becomes known as the Queen of Excesses, spending copious amounts of money on clothing and jewels instead of bothering to become acquainted with the issues of relevance to the French people. Marie enjoys parties, sweets, and even an illicit affair, but the fun comes crashing down when the monarchy falls out of favor with the citizens of France, who angrily storm the castle in an attempt on Marie's life. Eventually the royal family is forced to flee their home and go into hiding.

Obviously, the best thing about this movie is the way it looks on screen. Watching "Marie Antoinette" is like stepping into a high-end bakery and admiring a bunch of scrumptious, frilly wedding cakes. Everything about the film is absolutely beautiful: the costumes, the shoes, the palaces, the desserts. However, the dialogue in the first half of the movie is very choppy and sparse, so the only thing for the audience to do is admire all the visual beauty. After a while the script does manage to turn itself around, and I think the second half of the movie is much better in terms of storyline and character development. "Marie Antoinette" has a fabulous soundtrack that consists of mostly punk music, which is a lot of fun. Also, the cast is excellent.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Five Stars
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Published 13 hours ago by christ saenz
4.0 out of 5 stars Great flick, fantastic music!
I've never seen a period piece w modern music. Sophia Coppola is pretty awesome, just like her old man.
Published 2 days ago by UK
5.0 out of 5 stars Great Movie
Loved the movie and a great little history lesson without all the bloody mess.
Published 5 days ago by Theresa
3.0 out of 5 stars Three Stars
Ok
Published 24 days ago by Ronald Smith
4.0 out of 5 stars Sofia Coppola made an exquisite job representing the life in ...
Sofia Coppola made an exquisite job representing the life in Versailles during the French Revolution. Furthermore, Ms. Read more
Published 25 days ago by Cecilia Porrua
5.0 out of 5 stars Beautiful
This is gorgeous. Don't expect a BBC-style Pride & Prejudice miniseries. If that's what you like (and that's fun too!), there's plenty of it on Netflix, etc. Read more
Published 27 days ago by Emily
5.0 out of 5 stars Five Stars
great movie
Published 1 month ago by vicki Jackson
3.0 out of 5 stars Long...and a bit boring.
I bought this because we were going to Paris and I wanted to see their story. I enjoyed the scenery, but the movie was very draggy. It could have been about 1/2 hour shorter.
Published 1 month ago by Brenda
5.0 out of 5 stars A+
One of my faves!
Published 1 month ago by Jun Jun
5.0 out of 5 stars Awesome movie
Great movie that is an old story with a very modern twist. Beautiful cinematography. Classic clothing and background with a modern soundtrack.
Published 1 month ago by nayizm
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DVD Extras ???
For the "Marie Antoinette" DVD released February 13, 2007, the bonus features are: 2 deleted scenes, a theatrical trailer, a theatrical teaser, and 2 featurettes. "The Making of Marie Antoinette" (25 min) features on-set interviews with the cast, behind-the-scenes footage,... Read More
Jun 14, 2007 by mirasreviews |  See all 2 posts
Super-Duper DVD coming out?
Honestly, I'm not sure there will be one. The film didn't do all that hot in the theaters and unless it does shockingly great business on DVD this will probably be its only release. I'm very much looking forward to picking it up.
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