Wednesday, September 12, 2007

Canadian film about Marie-Antoinette



Last year there premiered a television mini-series about Marie-Antoinette in French Canada, starring Karine Vanasse. From what I hear, it is immensely more accurate than the Coppola debacle, with the French scholar Chantal Thomas as an advisor. I have not seen it yet but would like to sometime. Here are some stills from the film. (Thanks, M. de Brantigny!)

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6 comments:

de Brantigny said...

Merci Madame. I have included in my blog the Amazon.fr.com adress to order a copy. I really never suspected anyone ever read my blog. Dieu sauve le Roi,

de Brantigny

elena maria vidal said...

I read your blog. Thank you for the link!!

alaughland said...

Looks like a film that may be worth seeing.

elena maria vidal said...

I understand that it is almost more of a documentary than a drama but I'll say no more until I see it myself!

Elisa said...

Thank you! It looks like they filmed at Versailles too.

elena maria vidal said...

Actually, they were not allowed to film at Versailles. They used background pictures of Versailles. But it looks real, doesn't it?