This film makes me to give very mixed opinions. The screenplay follows pretty faithfully the story of real Marie Antoinette, with a bit of over-dramatizations here and there. The story does not try to make her look like a perfect hero or villain, but rather tries to make the watcher to make up one's opinions, of which is a rather good choice for describing a character so twofold as Marie Antoinette was. But there is something that comes out in a wicked way over the whole film: the dialogue is mostly like taken from a cheap paperback. Almost everybody keeps wondering about her and her husband's problems in the bedroom, and keeping that way in the long run, makes the film feel cheap. For the musical score is it is the same: most of the music fits perfectly to the film, but casually, there is a pop- or rock-song played in the background and it somewhat breaks the film in pieces. The texts displayed in the film are grotesk, again, giving the same effect.
The language of the film is bad in a non-bad way, as I said. I marked "Too much swearing", but with it, I actually mean that the dialogue in the film is not suitable for children. It should be also noted that there is no perfect sex scenes in the film either, but very strongly innuending scenes take place sometimes. Marie Antoinette is also displayed nude from behind, too.
The props are perfectly right in this film. Everything seen in the film gives an idea of the France in the late 1700's, but there is something to be sorry about, too: the spoken language in the film is English.
The good in this film is that it is a historical one, but the bad is that it is a pretty mixed bag. All parts of it do not fit perfectly together.