Deconstructing and Reconstructing the Self: Sofia Coppola's 'Marie Antoinette' and Three Portraits.
This paper analyses Coppola's film in relation to modern theories of myth and identity. The film itself includes a sequence based on three eighteenth-century portraits of the French Queen, which are discussed as examples of her attempts to reclaim control of public perceptions of her.
||Invited paper delivered at the Open University Graduation Ceremony, Harrogate 09/04/2011
||Arts > Art History
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