Stephanie Zacharek is the film critic at Time, based in New York City. From 2013–15, she was the principal film critic for The Village Voice. She was a 2015 Pulitzer Prize finalist in criticism.
July 17, 2017
This week, Time film critic Stephanie Zacharek joins Amy for a Sofia Coppola-directed head-to-head between 2003’s “Lost in Translation” and 2006’s “Marie Antoinette.” They discuss what “Lost in Translation” has to offer up in the way of Coppola’s unorthodox techniques with the cast and its themes of taking seriously the problems of the privileged. Then, they get into how “Marie Antoinette” tells story through its costumes, explores perceptions of class, and what it reveals about the nature of fame. Which Sofia Coppola film belongs in The Canon? Cast your vote on the Earwolf forums now!