French Administrator Benoit Jacquot Will Bank Off 62nd Copy Of Berlinale,

BERLIN: A ball set about the French Revolution starring German-born Hollywood extra Diane Kruger as Marie Antoinette will accessible abutting month's Berlin blur festival, organisers said Wednesday.

"Les Adieux a la reine" (Farewell My Queen) by French administrator Benoit Jacquot will bang off the 62nd copy of the Berlinale, as the accident is known, on February 9, the anniversary said in a statement.

The aeon ball appearance Kruger, ahead apparent in "Inglourious Basterds", Lea Seydoux, who appeared in aftermost year's Woody Allen hit "Midnight in Paris", and Virginie Ledoyen, best accepted to all-embracing audiences for her about-face in "The Beach" with Leonardo DiCaprio.

"In a awning adjustment of Chantal Thomas' best atypical of the aforementioned name, French administrator Benoit Jacquot portrays the aboriginal canicule of the French Revolution from the angle of the agents at Versailles," the anniversary said.

"With acrid overtones, a actual ball unfolds that additionally draws parallels to the present."

The French-Spanish co-production will arise in antagonism for the festival's celebrated Golden Bear top prize, to be awarded February 18 afore the accident wraps up the afterward day.

British administrator Mike Leigh will armchair the board while backstab Oscar champ Meryl Streep will acquire an honorary Golden Bear.

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