Friday, November 02, 2007

Netflix



A charming confection with a sugary outer shell and not much for filling. Clever approach, that, as its subject is made a prisoner of Versailles and the ponderous routines and poisonous gossip of Court culture. The empty film mirrors Antoinette's empty life.

I like the way the film looks and feels, but had the same reaction to its predecessor Lost in Translation--worth seeing, but I don't need ever to see it again.

1 comment:

alicia said...

This movie was just one long music video. The soundtrack is great and the visuals are nice, but there was barely any story telling.