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Maria Antonieta is a 2006 film directed by Sofia Coppola, winner of the Oscar for best costume. The plot revolves around Marie Antoinette (Kirsten Dunst), who, as part of an agreement between Austria and France, is sent to the French court to marry Louis XVI (Jason Schwartzman). The story takes place from his adolescence, when he says goodbye to Austria and is forced to dispose of all the belongings of his country in order to become the new queen of France, until the beginning of the French Revolution.
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The film stands out for its colors, scenery, impeccable costumes and an unusual soundtrack. For gastronomes, without a doubt, the countless scenes that showcase the luxurious French delicacies and banquets are a delight. A life full of perks and diversions is what Coppola treats most prominently, impressing in his work the fascination and glamor of living at the French court.
When Marie Antoinette finally arrives at Versailles, she has to adapt to the rules of the French court. At first, young and inexperienced, he seems to be frightened by the logic that governs that new environment and by the rigid rituals of conduct, in addition to rumors that circulated around his figure and his marriage.
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Antonieta, feeling neither supported by the court nor by the figure of her husband, knew how to use her privileges to take advantage of her youth, which was greatly hindered by the queen’s commitments, which in turn, never really assumed them. While Antonieta ate brioches, the revolution took shape.
To illustrate this scenario of the French court, nothing is more emblematic than the famous and acclaimed macarons. Here is one of Dani Noce’s incredible recipes: Macaron pop triple chocolate with mango and passion fruit explosion.
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