2013 Cannes Film Festival: “La Vénus à la fourrure”

Emmanuelle Seigner at the screening of ‘La Venus A La Fourrure’ at Cannes

“La Vénus à la fourrure” or “Venus in Fur” has had its screening at the 66th Cannes Film Festival. The movie is directed by Roman Polanski and has been shortlisted for the Palme d’Or.

The star of the film, Emmanuelle Seigner, is Polanski’s wife of 24 years and the mother of his two children, Morgane & Elvis.

Here, Seigner stands out in a laquered silk jersey dress by Alexandre Vauthier and stiletto heels by Christian Laboutin. Fellow star, Mathieu Amalric, is on Seigner’s left & Roman Polanski on her right.

The film concerns the relationship between a director and an actress who wishes to be in his film.

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