In a dizzying bare back, Tess Barthélémy, 19, makes her Cannes debut

In a dizzying bare back, Tess Barthélémy, 19, makes her Cannes debut
In a dizzying bare back, Tess Barthélémy, 19, makes her Cannes debut

Tess Barthélémy, the daughter of Judith Godrèche and Maurice Barthélémy, is in Cannes for the screening of her mother’s short film, Me too. (Cannes, May 15, 2024.)
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Judith Godrèche’s daughter walked for the first time on the red carpet of the Cannes Film Festival on May 15 in a dress with a plunging neckline in the back.

She blew out the candles of her 19the birthday last April. Barely a month later, Tess Barthélémy found herself propelled onto the red carpet of the 77th Cannes Film Festival. The daughter of Judith Godrèche and actor Maurice Barthélémy climbed the steps for the first time, during the screening of the short film Me too directed by her mother in which she appears, presented this Wednesday evening, in the Un Certain Regard selection. She wore a falsely sober black dress which hid an immense neckline plunging straight down to the pelvis and revealing the entirety of her spine. A cut reminiscent of that of Mireille Darc’s famous black dress worn by the actress in The tall blond with a black shoereleased in 1972.

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The young actress who grew up in the United States was discovered in her mother’s miniseries, Icon of a French cinema. She supports her mother in her fight against violence against women. Like the rest of the film team, including journalist, director and author Rokhaya Diallo, she crossed her hands over her mouth, to symbolize the women whose speech must still be freed. This first Cannes red carpet was therefore symbolic for the young woman and engaged both politically and sartorially.

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