- or just a space that I love. Other times, I will remember a movie because the interiors were so interesting - here are some that I never forget:
The movie "Somewhere" by director Sofia Coppola is one of my favorites - I love the movie, but I also loved how much of it was set in the Chateau Marmont. During filming Stephen Dorff actually lived there so that it would feel very comfortable and real. The hotel was almost an extra character in the movie.
Another Sofia Coppola movie with excellent interiors is Marie Antoinette - it was filmed in the actual Palace of Versailles (it's hard to be that interior decor)...
The house in the movie "The Ghostwriter" is ridiculous. It's awe inspiring and so fitting for the tone of the film.
Nancy Myers is the queen of good interiors for her movies
Something's Got to Give:
And another personal favorite Amelie: