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Watch: Diane Kruger as Marie Antoinette in Exclusive Scenes From 'Farewell, My Queen'

Photo of Nigel M Smith By Nigel M Smith | Indiewire July 5, 2012 at 5:59PM

If Sofia Coppola's bubblegum take on the royal life of Marie Antoinette was a tad too pop for you, then you won't want to miss Benoit Jacquot's latest period drama, "Farewell, My Queen," which depicts the final tumultous days of the queen (Diane Kruger) in a far more realistic way via the eyes of her official reader, Sidonie Laborde ("Midnight in Paris" star Léa Seydoux). To satiate your appetite for all things French before the handsome picture opens in select theaters on July 13, Indiewire has two exclusive scenes from the film that demonstrate how different this is from Coppola's vision.
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"Farewell, My Queen"
"Farewell, My Queen"

If Sofia Coppola's bubblegum take on the royal life of Marie Antoinette was a tad too pop for you, then you won't want to miss Benoit Jacquot's latest period drama, "Farewell, My Queen," which depicts the final tumultous days of the queen (Diane Kruger) in a far more realistic way via the eyes of her official reader, Sidonie Laborde ("Midnight in Paris" star Léa Seydoux).

To satiate your appetite for all things French before the handsome picture opens in select theaters on July 13, Indiewire has two exclusive scenes from the film that demonstrate how different this is from Coppola's vision.
 

And for comparison's sake, here's the trailer for Coppola's "Marie Antoinette":

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