The legendary film starring Catherine Deneuve will show in the "Cannes Classics" and will finance the restoration of the French company LVMH, which includes brands such as Louis Vuitton, Givenchy and Guerlain. According to the head of Bernard Arnault, is also connected to financing and residents of the city of Cherbourg, where the story unfolds of the film.
"Cannes Classics" - this traditional program in which shows are updated and digitized versions of films that have become classics of world cinema. For example, last year, this honor was the picture Sergio Leone "Once in America", "Journey to Italy" Roberto Rossellini and "Jaws" by Steven Spielberg. On the 66th Cannes Film Festival, which will take place on the French Riviera from 15 to 26 May, will be showing two dozen restored films, among which, in addition to "The Umbrellas of Cherbourg" appear "Cleopatra" by Joseph Mankiewicz, "Fedora" and Billy Wilder's "The Last Gladiator "Bernardo Bertolucci in 3D.