Let Them Eat is a poetic and haunting journey which spans from the turbulent time of the French Revolution to present day. From the prison cell of the former queen of France, Marie ... See full summary »

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Let Them Eat is a poetic and haunting journey which spans from the turbulent time of the French Revolution to present day. From the prison cell of the former queen of France, Marie Antoinette, to Bella, a woman who seems to be leading a parallel life with a deep connection to the former queen. Seamlessly drifting from present to past, each woman's story unfolds while both struggle to make peace with their past before one leaves the earth and the other can embrace her future. Laced within the story are beautiful spoken word poems which delve deep into the hearts and souls of our two heroines exposing their secret world of passion, lust, pain, love and triumph. This is a story of great courage, strength and ever-lasting love which bridges the two lives and the two women together forever. Written by Leslie Cottle

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Release your past and embrace your future.

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Drama | Romance

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Let Them Eat
22 October 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This is one of the most fascinating movies, I have ever seen. Filled with excellent poetry, and tender emotions, it captures the last days Of Marie Antoinette, so well. Excellent job, and very artistically done.The scenery creates a mood of the Era, and Leslie's portrayal of the Queen is uncanny. This movie, almost makes the viewer feel they are there, and experiencing the mood of the days.

The portrayal to modern day events, to the events of the Revolution, fits so well and leaves the viewer wanting more. I would highly recommend this movie to anyone who has a love for Historical places.And Historical events


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