Sofia Coppola's films make you want to wear pastels, drink French champagne and tell secrets. With angsty girls and broody boys aplenty, part of the reason Coppola's movies are so distinctive and – we hate to say it– cool
, is due to her nostalgic, otherworldly soundtracks.
(And by the by, her movies sounded like this way before Frenchy Thomas Mars from Phoenix was on the scene– so get bent haters).
Let's get dreamy guys.
The Sofia Coppola Mixtape:
Marie Antoinette: 'I Want Candy' by The Candy Girls.
: 'My Hero' by the Foo Fighters (the pole dancing scene, duh).
The Virgin Suicides:
'Ce Matin-Là' by Air.
Music video of 'I Just Don't Know What to Do With Myself' by The White Stripes
Lost in Translation: 'Just Like Honey' by The Jesus and Mary Chain
The Virgin Suicides: 'Crazy On You' by Heart
Marie Antoinette: 'Ceremony' by New Order
Somewhere: 'Look' by Sebastian Tellier
Lost in Translation: 'More Than This' by Roxy Music
Somewhere: 'Love Like A Sunset Part I and II' by Phoenix