Life spectacularly overtook art at the Cannes Film Festival yesterday, as the director of an erotic thriller starring Nicole Kidman confessed that the movie was, in some ways, his own story.
Leonardo DiCaprio partied like it was pre-1929. Bryan Ferry put on a mini-concert. And Nicole Kidman sampled a refreshing starter of pea-and-caviar mousse.
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"I actually went into my own bathroom-- this is so true-- and I got out the fake tan and put on lashes that were old."
- Nicole Kidman on May 24, 2012