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Pictured: Diane with longtime partner Joshua Jackson
You can read Abba’s review of the film here.
These were snapped last night as the beautiful Diane Kruger arrived at NYC’s Museum of Modern Art for a special screening of her latest film, “Farewell, My Queen.” The French film which is written & directed by Benoît Jacquot will attempt to give a “fictional account of the last days of Marie Antoinette in power through the eyes of Sidonie Laborde, a young servant tasked with reading to the queen.” (Source)
Here’s more info about the film:
1789, at the eve of the Revolution: Versailles’ occupants still live happily, unconcerned by the increasing turmoil in Paris. When news about the storming of the Bastille reaches the Court, aristocrats and servants desert the Palace, leaving the Royal Family alone. But Sidonie Laborde, a young servant who reads to the Queen, refuses to flee. She feels secure as she is under protection of the Queen of France. She does not yet know these are the last three days she would spend by her side. [Source]