Tuesday, March 9, 2010

Marie Antointte 1938

Last night I saw the 1938 version of Marie Antoinette. I thought it was a very good actually. The only thing I didn't like was the long love scenes with Count Ferson but then I thought that they really captured there love for eachother. I liked how the movie was a lot more detailed in the story of Marie Antoinettes life and  relationship with Louis XVI. They showed how angry the French people were at Marie Antoinette and the monarcy for that matter. They also had scenes depicting the  "Necklace Affair".
 Also her last days and how they slowly made her go mad from fear. I shed a tear. I think this movie really captured the emotion a lot more than Sopia's "Marie Antoinette". Although I love that movie. Sophia's movie captured the beauty in Versailles. Check it out!

1 comment:

LML said...

I NEED to see this!