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Period and Historical
Marie-Antoinette has gone down in history as symbolising the way that royalty can be out-of-touch with and cruelly indifferent to the suffering of ordinary people. While the people of France starved, she was said to have announced: "Let them eat cake." But has history treated this not-quite fairytale princess unfairly? This achingly cool movie uses a contemporary rock soundtrack to help portray her not as an unfeeling monster - but simply a bored and restless teenage girl, who didn't understand the nature of the world-changing events that were going on around her.
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