Sofia Coppola has defended her new period drama Marie-Antoinette after it was booed during a press screening at Cannes last night.
Despite admitting the response was "disappointing," Coppola insisted the Kirsten Dunst-starring movie was always going to provoke heated debate. She said, "It's better to get a reaction, it's better than a mediocre response. Hopefully some people will enjoy it. I think it's not for everybody."
Kirsten Dunst said, "I like the movie and I'm really proud." The biopic of the tragic French queen premieres in Cannes tonight. Love Sofia!
Thursday, May 25, 2006
Posted by Gabs at 8:21 AM