“There are no longer any stars in France. A star is someone who should be seen a little and then remain discreet, reserved. With the introduction of the digital age, the intrusion is into everything, everywhere and all the time, … We see a huge amount about people who are very famous, who have millions of followers … and who have done absolutely nothing.”
French actress Catherine Deneuve spoke to the Journal du Dimanche days before her film La Tête Haute opens the 68th Cannes Film Festival.
Are you in agreement with Deneuve?