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Marie Antoinette (24-May-2006)

Director: Sofia Coppola

Writer: Sofia Coppola

Based on a book: Marie Antoinette: The Journey by Antonia Fraser

Producers: Ross Katz; Sofia Coppola

Keywords: Drama, French Royalty, Biography

Biopic relates the life story of French queen Marie Antoinette with a "rock-and-roll" sheen.

ABSTRACT
Geared towards a young-adult audience with an aesthetic recalling Romeo + Juliet, Marie Antoinette is a biographical drama recalling the life of its titular character, following her existence from marriage to Louis XVI at fifteen through to her reign as Queen from nineteen and demise following the French Revolution-era abolition of the monarchy.

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Mathieu Amalric
Actor
25-Oct-1965   Late August, Early September
Asia Argento
Actor
20-Sep-1975   xXx
Rose Byrne
Actor
24-Jul-1979   The Goddess of 1967
Steve Coogan
Actor
14-Oct-1965   I'm Alan Partridge
Judy Davis
Actor
23-Apr-1955   A Passage to India
Kirsten Dunst
Actor
30-Apr-1982   Mary-Jane in Spider-Man
Marianne Faithfull
Singer/Songwriter
29-Dec-1946   Sister Morphine
Tom Hardy
Actor
15-Sep-1977   Layer Cake
Shirley Henderson
Actor
24-Nov-1965   Trainspotting
Danny Huston
Actor
14-May-1962   Silver City
Jason Schwartzman
Actor
26-Jun-1980   Rushmore
Molly Shannon
Comic
16-Sep-1964   Saturday Night Live
Rip Torn
Actor
6-Feb-1931   Arthur on The Larry Sanders Show

CAST

Kirsten Dunst   ...   Marie Antoinette
Jason Schwartzman   ...   Louis XVI
Judy Davis   ...   Comtesse de Noailles
Rip Torn   ...   Louis XV
Rose Byrne   ...   Duchesse de Polignac
Asia Argento   ...   Comtesse du Barry
Molly Shannon   ...   Aunt Victoire
Shirley Henderson   ...   Aunt Sophie
Danny Huston   ...   Emperor Joseph
Marianne Faithfull   ...   Maria Theresa
Mary Nighy   ...   Princesse Lamballe
Sebastian Armesto   ...   Comte de Provence
Jamie Dornan   ...   Count Fersen
Aurore Clément   ...   Duchesse de Char
Guillaume Gallienne   ...   Vergennes
James Lance   ...   Leonard
Al Weaver   ...   Comte d'Artois
Tom Hardy   ...   Raumont
and
Steve Coogan   ...   Ambassador Mercy
Clara Brajman   ...   Austrian Girlfriend
Melodie Berenfeld   ...   Austrian Girlfriend
Jean-Christophe Bouvet   ...   Duc de Choiseul
Io Bottoms   ...   Lady in Waiting
Céline Sallette   ...   Lady in Waiting
André Oumansky   ...   Cardinal de la Roche Aymon
Jean-Paul Scarpitta   ...   Baron Scarpitta
René Lucien Rolland   ...   Archbishop
Clementine Poidatz   ...   Comtesse de Provence
Camille Micelli   ...   Grand Chambellan
Paul Fortune   ...   Duc Fortune
Natasha Fraser-Cavassoni   ...   Comtesse de Cavazzoni
Alexia Landeau   ...   Comtesse de la Londe
Joe Sheridan   ...   Catty Courtier
Katrine Boorman   ...   The English Duchess
Sarah Adler   ...   Comtesse d'Artois
Jean-Marc Stehlé   ...   Doctor Lassonne
Paul Jasmin   ...   Baron Jasmin
Francis Leplay   ...   Doctor Delivery Provence
Mathieu Amalric   ...   Man at Masked Ball
Carlo Brandt   ...   Palace Gardener
Raphaël Neal   ...   Garden Page
John Arnold   ...   Minister of Finances
Scali Delpeyrat   ...   Doctor Delivery M-A
Chloé Van Barthold   ...   Elisabeth
Phoenix   ...   Petit Trianon Musicians
Lauriane Mascaro   ...   Marie Therese 2 Years
Gaëlle Bona   ...   Girl at Petit Trianon
William Doherty   ...   Councilman
Florrie Betts   ...   Marie Therese 6 Years
Dominic Gould   ...   Count
Jago Betts   ...   Dauphin 2 Years
Axel Küng   ...   Dauphin 2 Years
Driss Hugo-Kalff   ...   Dauphin 2 Years
Fabrice Scott   ...   King's Messenger
Alain Doutey   ...   Chief Valet
Bo Barrett   ...   Page
Joseph Malerba   ...   Queen's Guard

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