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In Response to Re: "The Queen of Versailles":
This is a movie for one sitting. It is available on NetFlix and I also think there is a site where it can be viewed online. It will probably be repeated on Bravo. Andy Cohen had Jacquie (the queen) on WWHL the other night. Alexis from RHOC was on with her. Interesting note: Alexis answered a caller who said that she couldn't get along with any of her fellow "Housewives." Alexis told her to wait until the end of the season...that things would different. What that means is anyone's guess!
Posted by Prosecco62
I saw this advertised but no time to check it out yet...
The Queen of Versailles is a 2012 American documentary film by Lauren Greenfield. The film depicts Jackie and David Siegel, owners of Westgate Resorts, and their family as they build the Versailles house, the largest and most expensive single-family house in the United States, and the crisis they face as the U.S. economy declines.
The documentary won the U.S. Directing Award at the 2012 Sundance Film Festival, the Grand Jury Prize from the Brisbane International Film Festival, a Best Director Award from the RiverRun Film Festival, and the Special Jury Documentary Feature prize from the deadCenter Film Festival. "The Queen of Versailles" was also nominated for Best Documentary Film, 2012, by the International Documentary Association (IDA). It was broadcast on BBC Four as part of the Storyville series.