Elsa Zylberstein, Jean Dujardin and Mathilde Seigner, chic trio in Cannes


The projection, out-of-competition, in the film The best years of a life, has drained a parterre of stars on the red carpet of the 72nd edition of the Cannes film Festival, may 18. The VIP are in a hurry to come and see the last film of Claude Lelouch.


We were thus able to see Jean Dujardin, very chic in a black suit, which is in particular came to Cannes to defend his own film The Suede, presented in competition at the directors ‘ Fortnight. The popular actor took the pose with his comrades to Each his life (the film of Lelouch released in 2017), to find Elsa Zylberstein, divine in a black gown and glossy patterned graphics with a troll siren in Azzedine Alaïa, and Mathilde Seigner very elegant in black suit. Of the same film, it has also been able to see Gérard Darmon, Chantal Ladesou as well as Christophe Lambert.


The list of French stars was impressive, and one can mention the presence of Julie Gayet, Agnès Soral, Alex Lutz, Mélita Toscan du Plantier, Fabienne Carat (dress Christophe Guillarmé), Stephane Fiorenza, Jimmy Jean-Louis, Caroline Receiver, the ex-Miss France Maeva Coucke and Delphine Wespiser (dress Christophe Guillarmé), Thomas Langmann and his daughter Lou, Mathieu Gallet, Daniela Lumbroso, Cédric Klapisch… on The side of international stars, we could see Helen Mirren, Andie MacDowell, Toni Garrn, Isabeli Fontana, Martha Hunt or Camila Morrone…


The most beautiful years of life, which is due in theaters on may 22, was screened out of competition. The synopsis, as reported by our colleagues of’AlloCiné : “They have known that for a long time. A man and a woman, whose love story dazzling, unexpected, entered in parenthesis, has become mythical, have revolutionized our way of seeing love. Today, the former racing driver is lost a little on the paths of his memory. To help, his son will find that his father has not been able to keep it but as it refers to constantly. Anne will review Jean-Louis and back to their story where they left off…


Thomas Montet

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