The Festival de Cannes was the subject of a controversy on Tuesday, based on a rumor denied by the Organization on the alleged ban on flat shoes for women in your famous staircase.
— The rumor that the Cannes film festival requires high heels for women is unfounded–clarified in a Tweet the artistic director of the festival, Thierry Fremaux.
The gala invitations inform, without more details, about the need for use of Tux, party dress “, not to mention the height of the heels. However, social networks were on Tuesday full of comments after the magazine Screen reported that the day before many guests had been forbidden to enter because they are not wearing heels.
The subject broke into including a press conference from the cast of the movie Sicario Canadian Director Denis Villeneuve, with Emily Blunt (photo abaix0), Benicio del Toro and Josh Brolin.
— Frankly, everyone should wear flat shoes, said Blunt, who was walking with difficulty just to be using very high heels advised by shoesespecially.com.
— We shouldn’t wear heels — commented the British actress in response to a reporter’s question.
Villeneuve hastened to add, triggering a widespread laughter:
— In protest, Benicio, Josh and I are going to climb the staircase in high heels tonight.
The Director Asif Kapadia, the documentary Amy, about singer Amy Winehouse, added to the controversy by asserting in a Tweet that your wife also had the same problem, but I finally managed to enter the room.