Jeanne du Barry, starring Johnny Depp, premiered at Cannes in 2023. The picture received a standing ovation, which touched Depp.
Maiwenn wrote, directed, and produced Jeanne du Barry, a biographical play. The lead roles are performed by Johnny Depp and herself. Supporting actors include Pierre Richard, Benjamin Lavernhe, Noemie Lvovsky, Pascal Greggory, Melvil Poupaud, and Inia Hair. Le Pacte released the picture in France on the same day as its Cannes debut. In the next few months, the film will be available on Netflix.
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Jeanne du Barry, starring Johnny Depp, premiered at the prestigious 76th Cannes Film Festival. In the biographical drama, the actor played King Louis XV. The squad earned a seven-minute standing ovation following the debut. At the film’s screening, Johnny Deep was observed crying and hiding his emotions.
Jeanne du Barry premiered at the Cannes Film Festival on May 16 (in India). Following the screening, the audience applauded the crew and gave them a seven-minute standing ovation. When he saw the reaction, Depp became teary-eyed and emotional. He then waved to the crowd. “I want to share this moment with my lover, with my producer, and with Le Pacte,” director and actor Maiwenn sobbed at the ceremony. “It was a production that was difficult to finance, and I want to share this moment with all my team across the theatre.” she added.