It brought an array of film industry professionals to the Cannes red carpet, including actresses Salma Hayek and Jane Fonda, "Wonder Woman" filmmaker Patty Jenkins and French director Agnes Varda, a recipient of an honorary Palme d'Or at Cannes. Taking them off before heading up the stairs at Palais des Festivals she provided the event with a moment of reality amidst the festival's fantasy.More news: Tim Allen's awful sitcom Last Man Standing is making a comeback
14 de mayo de 2018, 13:43Paris, May 14 (Prensa Latina) Mexican film "Comprame un revolver"(Buy me a Gun) had today its world premiere in the DirectorsÂ´ Fortnight of the 71st Cannes Film Festival, a movie based on the impact of drug trafficking on that society. The actress, who was attending the premiere of "BlacKkKlansman", was seen wearing an embellished outfit, which she complemented with towering black stilettos.
In case you don't remember, the French film festival's ridiculous ban on flat shoes made headlines in 2015 when a group of women were barred from entering for not wearing heels!More news: AMG GT family welcomes new 'open air' Mercedes-AMG GT Roadster S
We've all done the same, only ours was on a run down the high street having ditched our heels to get that 4am burger in MacDonald's. "It's just like you simply can not ask me to do something that you are not asking him [to do]. One of our agents screwed up, and we apologized right away".
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For years now, Cannes has been criticised for their strict dress code for women - which includes a "no flats" rule that make our feet hurt just thinking about it.