A file photo taken on April 19, 1956 shows Prince Rainier III of Monaco and US actress and princess of Monaco Grace Kelly saluting the crowd as they leave Saint Nicholas' Cathedral after their wedding ceremony in Monaco. AFP PHOTO
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Take a furious princely family, add a transatlantic row between prominent movie personalities, top with Hollywood superstar Nicole Kidman and you get the opening film of the 67th Cannes Film Festival.The biopic "Grace of Monaco" premieres on Wednesday at the start of the glitzy event, and already it is mired in controversy that threatens to cast a cloud over the very festival that allowed Grace Kelly to meet Prince Rainier III in 1955 .While these are well-documented events, the movie is not to everyone's liking -- least of all Grace's children who have furiously disavowed it.Dahan and Weinstein have been at loggerheads for months over the final version of the movie -- whose release has been delayed several times -- with director and producer accusing Weinstein of trying to blackmail them into signing off on a new, breezier edit.
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