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Count Axel Fersen (Character)
from Marie Antoinette (2006)
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- Billets Pour Trianon (2012) Played by Axel Bordereau (as Axel De Fersen)
- "Ce jour là, tout a changé"
- L'évasion de Louis XVI (2009) TV episode, Played by Martin Douaire (as Axel de Fersen)
- Marie-Antoinette (2006) (TV) Played by Danny Gilmore (as Comte de Fersen)
- Let Them Eat (2006) (V) Played by Marcel Jeannin
- Marie Antoinette (2006) Played by Jamie Dornan
- Marie Antoinette (2005) (TV) Played by Sava Lolov (as Fersen)
- La révolution française (1989) Played by Jean-Yves Berteloot (as Comte Axel de Fersen)
- "Les jupons de la révolution"
- Marie Antoinette, reine d'un seul amour (1989) TV episode, Played by Laurent Le Doyen (as Axel de Fersen)
- La nuit de l'été (1979) (TV) Played by Gérard Chambre (as Axel de Fersen)
- "Marie-Antoinette" (1975) TV series Played by Henri Déus (as Axel de Fersen)
- Shadow of the Guillotine (1956) Played by Richard Todd (as Comte Axel von Fersen)
... aka "Marie-Antoinette reine de France" - France (original title)
- Royal Affairs in Versailles (1954) Played by Jean-Claude Pascal (as Axel de Fersen)
... aka "Si Versailles m'était conté" - Italy (original title)
... aka "Affairs in Versailles" - USA (reissue title)
- Marie Antoinette (1938) Played by Tyrone Power (as Count Axel de Fersen)
- L'enfant roi (1923) Played by Georges Vaultier (as Comte de Fersen)
Marie: You thought of me as something quite wonderful, didn't you? But instead you found an empty-headed, ill-mannered little fool. You see, monsieur, how sadly I am changed.
Count Axel de Fersen: Oh no, madame! You've made pleasure a shield against lonliness and slander, but you could never change so deep a heart, so eager to be loved. Everyone, even the highest, has some dream of love in his heart and unless he achieve it he must fill that emptiness with noise, fame, excitement, pleasure.
Marie: Where did you learn this, monsieur?
Count Axel de Fersen: In museums, mostly.
Count Axel de Fersen: They're very dull, most of them, and neglected, but you'll always find someone there gazing over the relics of queens who were true lovers. There isn't much to see... a ring, a glove, a fan perhaps, but we preserve them as much as we do our laws and we have much more faith in them.
Marie: Do you think one-hundred years hence some Swedish gentleman wandering in Paris might smile over a relic of Marie Antoinette? A miniature perhaps, or a ring? This very ring, for instance.
[She removes a ring from her hand and shows it to him]
Marie: Its centuries old. It has an inscription on it
[She reads it aloud]
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