Sofia Coppola Defends Her Film 'Marie Antoinette'
She says, "I wasn't making a political movie about the French revolution, I was making a portrait of Marie Antoinette and my opinions are in the film. We modernized certain things that were relatable to me and a modern audience. The story is about teenagers in Versailles, so I wanted it to have that energy of youth and teenage feeling to it."
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