A loopy French arthouse movie yesterday drew the kind of paparazzi attention that Hollywood blockbusters get. Hordes of flashbulb-popping photographers descended on the premiere -- and not for the movie’s main lineup. They were there for Kylie Minogue.
Slim and elegant, Paul LeClerc stood just inside the heavy bronze doors of the New York Public Library, beside a giant bouquet of yellow and pink peonies, extending his hands to Annette and Oscar de la Renta, Tom Wolfe , in his white suit, and other guests.
The Cannes Film Festival ended last night with a victory for “Love” (“Amour”) by Michael Haneke, the story of an elderly woman who suffers a debilitating stroke and is looked after by her devoted husband.