sexta-feira, outubro 13, 2006
A pessoa e a vida de Marie Antoinette, num bom filme de Sofia Coppola (sem o encanto de Lost in Translation). Class: 3,5/5
[A crítica do NY Times]
A Lonely Petit Four of a Queen
By A. O. SCOTT
It may be tempting to greet Sofia Coppola's "Marie Antoinette" with a Jacobin snarl or a self-righteous sneer, since it is after all the story of the silly teenager who embodied a corrupt, absolutist state in its terminal decadence. But where's the fun in such indignation? And, more seriously, where is the justice? To say that this movie is historically irresponsible or politically suspect is both to state the obvious and to miss the point. "Marie Antoinette" is a thoroughly modern confection, blending insouciance and sophistication, heartfelt longing and self-conscious posing with the guileless self-assurance of a great pop song. Go to Review
Tenho, no entanto, curiosidade em ver Maria Antonieta a dançar New Order na corte de Versailles...