Sofia Coppola's film Marie Antoinette incorporates small anachronistic elements, chosen very deliberately to help a modern audience understand and identify with its teenage protagonist.
This approach extends to the music as well, with modern songs mixed in with period music. Most of these choices (e.g. "I Want Candy") are fairly self-explanatory. One, however, eludes me:
Why did Coppola choose to use "Hong Kong Garden" so prominently for the ball scene? What is the film communicating through the choice of this particular song — a high-energy post-punk song inspired by racial prejudice — for the scene that it illustrates?