Indie Trailer Sunday: Sundance Documentary 'The Queen of Versailles'
"Nothing's really normal about this life." Today's worth watching indie trailer is for a documentary that premiered at Sundance this year, to a bit of controversy. It's a doc called The Queen of Versailles, about a billionaires US family who tries to build the biggest house in the entire country. Part of the way through filming, the economic recession hit, they lost a lot of money, so construction stopped. The doc is more about their rise and fall, in a sense, and the lady (the "Queen") in it got a bit nervous about what it showed. It's now being released by Magnolia in theaters this summer, and looks like an intriguing social exposé. Enjoy!
Here's the official trailer for Lauren Greenfield's The Queen of Versailles, in high def from Apple:
A documentary that follows a billionaire couple who live in a 90,000-square-foot mansion inspired by Versailles, built on the success of the time-share industry. Magnolia's The Queen of Versailles is directed by Lauren Greenfield, Emmy-nominated director of the 2006 doc Thin previously. The film first premiered at the Sundance Film Festival earlier this year, where it won the Best Directing Award. Magnolia Pictures is bringing The Queen of Versailles to limited theaters starting July 20th this summer. Anyone interested?
Reader Feedback - 7 Comments
Well, that was weird. I wonder why society enjoys watching rich people in general, at least this one will have financial information in it between the madness.
Crapola on Jun 10, 2012
the wife is unbelieveably annoying.....
beevis on Jun 10, 2012
Dumbcommentor on Jun 11, 2012
REALITY HITS YOU HARD BRO
wazzaoo on Jun 11, 2012
*goes straight to youtube
Jeremy Tapsell on Jun 11, 2012
So its a film about what millions of Americans are currently going thru? I don't see how people will go see this, when most are living thru this situation... NEXT!
Lou on Jun 13, 2012
id give her a piping if i was fat old and filthy rich hahhaa
redskulllives on Jun 16, 2012
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