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Marion Cotillard dons a pink minidress at photocall for Brother And Sister at Cannes Film Festival


Marion Cotillard puts on a leggy display in a pink minidress at photocall for her film Brother And Sister during Cannes Film Festival

Marion Cotillard looked incredible as she attended a photo call for her film Brother And Sister during the 75th Cannes Film Festival on Saturday.

The actress, 46, put on a leggy display in a thigh-skimming pink minidress featuring silver embellishments as she posed up a storm for photographers.

She contrasted her look with a pair of black leather boots and opted not to wear any accessories for the glitzy event.

Sensational: Marion Cotillard put on a leggy display in a pink minidress as she attended a photo call for her film Brother And Sister during the 75th Cannes Film Festival on Saturday

Sensational: Marion Cotillard put on a leggy display in a pink minidress as she attended a photo call for her film Brother And Sister during the 75th Cannes Film Festival on Saturday

Her chocolate locks cascaded over her shoulder and she painted her nails a classic shade of black, while accentuating her natural beauty with a full face of make-up.

Marion was soon joined by Melvil Poupaud, who stars as Louis in the picture, who looked suave in a black pinstripe suit. 

The French language movie, which is described as a heart wrenching drama sees Marion play Alice, a woman who is forced to reconnect with her estranged brother following their parent’s death. 

After Cannes was entirely cancelled in 2020 and held under strict health protocols in 2021, the red carpet returned in all its glamour on Tuesday night for the Opening Ceremony.

Out of this world: She contrasted her look with a pair of black leather boots and opted not to wear any accessories for the glitzy event

Out of this world: She contrasted her look with a pair of black leather boots and opted not to wear any accessories for the glitzy event

Stunning: Her chocolate locks cascaded over her shoulder and she painted her nails a classic shade of black, while accentuating her natural beauty with a full face of make-up

Stunning: Her chocolate locks cascaded over her shoulder and she painted her nails a classic shade of black, while accentuating her natural beauty with a full face of make-up

Dapper: She was soon joined by Melvil Poupaud, who stars as Louis in the picture, who looked suave in a black pinstripe suit

Dapper: She was soon joined by Melvil Poupaud, who stars as Louis in the picture, who looked suave in a black pinstripe suit

The film chosen to open the festival was Final Cut, a comedy love letter to filmmaking and Z-list zombie movies from the team behind the award-winning The Artist.

There is set to be an array of TikTok stars taking to the red carpet this year after organisers sought to refresh their image by partnering with the video streaming platform, which is sponsoring an award for short films.

In total, some 35,000 film professionals are expected to attend the festival between May 17 and 28, hoping for a return to form for cinema’s most glamorous event after two years when it was hampered by Covid-19 restrictions.

‘We are ready. The town hall has just redone everything – the whole place – so we hope it will go well,’ said Jeremie Tripet, manager of ‘L’Avenue’, a bistro just off the main drag known as La Croisette.

One major exception is the absence of Russians, due to the impact of sanctions over the war in Ukraine and a ruling from the organisers that state-linked delegates are not welcome. China is also expected to have a limited presence due to its continuing Covid restrictions.

But otherwise the festival is keen to put the pandemic in the past, with no mandatory masks or health passes this year – and no restrictions to partying.

Film fans can get stuck into the usual feast of new releases and competition entries, braving the festival’s famously opinionated crowds, who are never shy about cheering and booing during screenings.

The world’s biggest film festival will conclude with the Closing Ceremony on May 28.

Oscar buzz: The movie, which is described as a heart wrenching drama sees Marion play Alice, a woman who is forced to reconnect with her estranged brother following their parent's death

Oscar buzz: The movie, which is described as a heart wrenching drama sees Marion play Alice, a woman who is forced to reconnect with her estranged brother following their parent’s death

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