Marie Antoinette (2005)
Director: David Grubin
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|This is the story of a callous monarch, swept to her death in the torrent of the French Revolution. It is also the tale of a fragile young woman struggling to find herself during one of the most turbulent moments in human history. Filmed in France and Austria, with rare access to Versailles, Le Petit Trianon, and the Austro-Hungarian palaces of her youth, Marie Antoinette will tell the intensely human story of the often misunderstood monarch who was beheaded during the turbulence and horror of the French revolution.System Requirements:Running Time: 120 MinutesFormat: DVD MOVIE|
Editor's NoteLike Sofia Coppola's feature film, the PBS documentary MARIE ANTOINETTE seeks to dispel the French queen's reputation as a cold and uncaring monarch and reveal her as a misunderstood victim of history. Director David Grubin makes the story come to life through stunning location footage, archival paintings, dramatic re-creations, narration by actress Blair Brown, and interviews with historians such as Simon Schama and Antonia Fraser (upon whose biography Coppola's film is based).
Cast & Crew
|David Grub - Director|