It is common practice to be skeptical of the artistic output of the offspring of famous people because of the idea that easy access to riches, influence, and other creative resources does not automatically make one a wonderful candidate for incisive commentary on the world. But, a recent release has completely disrupted the nepotism art scene. As she was suspended for trying to charter a helicopter on her parents’ credit card, Sofia Coppola’s 16-year-old daughter made vodka pasta.
Romy Croquet Mars (yep, it is her middle name) is the second youngest member of a Hollywood dynasty, making her more than just a nepotistic hire. Her father, the acclaimed director Francis Ford Coppola, is the father of her mother, Sofia Coppola, who is known for helming feminine, vaguely lonely films like Marie Antoinette and The Virgin Suicides.
Besides having Nicolas Cage and Jason Schwartzman among her many famous cousins, Romy is the daughter of Thomas Mars, lead singer of the French indie-pop band Phoenix. The fact that she mistook a shallot for onion in a weirdly sped-up TikTok is probably the most natural thing she could do.
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This video’s premise, “Make a vodka sauce pasta with me because I’m grounded,” is the sort of thing any bored adolescent with access to their parents’ booze cabinet might say. Besides, she got in trouble when she said, “I tried to charter a helicopter from New York to Maryland on my dad’s credit card because I wanted to have supper with my camp friend.” Finally, a rite of passage to which everyone can relate.
Romy admits that she is embarrassed to admit that she has Googled pictures of onions on her phone since she still doesn’t know the difference between “a garlic and an onion.” She pauses at this time to clarify why she’s creating this film: I am strictly forbidden from maintaining any kind of public social media presence by my parents. Now you know why. Short footage of her grinning broadly while proudly displaying her Grammy Trophy is shown.
Because they don’t want me to be seen as a nepotism kid, she continues. TikTok won’t make me famous, though, so it’s of little consequence. Whether or not Romy anticipated that this clip would become viral on Twitter is unclear, but it lends a lovely touch of irony to the scenario.
A bewildering tonal journey ensues for the remaining 50 seconds of the video as Romy introduces two new characters (though the camp friend remains a mystery), gives us a glimpse into the pain of the Coppola family via her babysitter’s boyfriend, and suggests a new gender for the term “fiasco.” Although her mother had a little role in The Godfather, I rather appreciate Romy’s guerrilla approach to nepotism in the film.
Regardless, it seems that Romy has now deleted the TikTok account where the video was originally posted. I’m looking forward to seeing her sophomore endeavor if she again manages to get through her parents’ restrictions. Possibly Romy’s pal from camp might make a cameo appearance through FaceTime and assist her to prepare the pasta water.
this tiktok of sofia coppola’s daughter… this means so much to me pic.twitter.com/6AQtWNhAgG
— savannah bradley ~* (@savbrads) March 21, 2023
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Frequently asked questions
Is Sofia Coppola Francis Ford Coppola's daughter?
The beginnings. Coppola, the sole child of filmmaker Francis Ford Coppola and documentary filmmaker Eleanor (née Neil) Coppola, was born on May 14, 1971, in New York City. She was raised in Rutherford, California, on her parent's farm, and is of Italian ancestry (father's side, from the regions of Sicily and Naples).
Why was Sofia Coppola bad in Godfather 3?
Critics panned Sofia's performance, calling it "flat, unprofessional, and unconvincing." The actor, who is now a respected director in her own right, had replaced Winona Ryder in the role of Michael Corleone's daughter Mary at the last minute.