Kirsten and Sophia have a special bond that extends past their mutual admiration for Marc Jacobs. Unfortunately their latest collaboration, Marie Antoinette, was supposedly booed at the Cannes Film Festival. Here's more:
In Coppola's movies, Dunst is not so much playing a character as playing a piece of herself, the actress said.
"I've noticed in roles, why I hate watching myself certain times is because I know that I'm not being honest. It's not me, and somebody is putting their views on how they think a woman should be, how they view me as a person. Maybe they don't always get you, so it doesn't feel honest when I'm watching it, so it's uncomfortable for me," Dunst said.
"When I watch myself in Sofia's movies, it's scarier, because I feel more vulnerable, but it's closer to who I am. It's more than closer to who I am. It is me."
At its first press screening, "Marie Antoinette" drew wildly mixed reactions, earning solid applause from admirers and sharp boos from many French critics.
Coppola and her cast shrugged it off, saying "Marie Antoinette" was not a film for all tastes.
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