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Deneuve makes his big comeback in Cannes a year and a half after suffering a stroke

Cannes (France), July 10 (EFE). The audience was waiting for her, and she was not disappointed. French actress Catherine Deneuve made a stunning comeback Saturday at the Cannes Film Festival, a year after suffering a stroke that forced her to be hospitalized. The 77-year-old translator walked the red carpet as the star of “De son Vivant,” a French drama by Emmanuel Bercotte, which premiered out of competition and whose filming was halted for several months due to that incident. “I’m fine,” he said upon arrival at the Palais des Festivals, referring to his official TV channel, that he was excited about the reopening of theaters in France and the cancellation of the competition last year due to the outbreak of the epidemic, was celebrated. With her hair down, a black dress and a large gold chain around her neck, Deneuve arrived accompanied by the rest of the characters, including Cécile de France and Benoît Magimel. The actress, who was graciously received in the exhibition hall, is a regular in Cannes, which she attended for the first time in 1964 with Jacques Demme’s The Umbrellas of Cherbourg, which won the Palme d’Or. “Tristana” (1970), by Luis Buñuel; “Un conte de Noël” (2008) by Arnaud Desplechin or “L’homme qu’on aimait trop” (2014) by André Téchiné, are some of the films he has made in and out of competition. “For me Deneuve represents France. She is one of the best actresses in the world and one of the freest, bravest, and funniest women I know,” said former French singer and first lady Carla Bruni. “De son vivant” starred on Saturday at a screening party attended, as usual, by a team from other films in the competition or in the Directors’ Week and in the Critics’ Week with its parallel and independent sections. French Marion Cotillard, who opened Cannes on 6 with “Annette” by Leos Carax, monopolized flashes as producer of the documentary “Bigger Than Us”, which premiered in private sessions with a focus on the new generation of anti-activists. Climate change or other causes. Another hero of the afternoon, Adèle Exarchopoulos, who put herself in the shoes of host in “Rien à foutre,” by Emmanuel Marre and Julie Lecoustre, chosen by The Week, was another heroine of the afternoon, as was Spanish actress Paz Vega. There was also French actress and singer Vanessa Paradis, star of “Cette musique ne joue pour personne,” directed by her husband, Samuel Benchetrett, and shown out of competition, in the new Cannes Première section. The same film also featured Carla’s sister Valeria Bruni Tedeschi, who is in Cannes twice this year and also selected the Palme d’Or for Catherine Corsini’s “La fracture”. (c) EFE . Agency

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