Australian actress Nicole Kidman (L) listens to British actor Tim Roth on the set of the French tv channel Canal Plus on the eve of the 67th edition of the Cannes Film Festival in Cannes, southern France, on May 13, 2014. AFP PHOTO / LOIC VENANCE
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It has been savaged as 'shameful' before it even comes out, but filmmakers behind "Grace of Monaco" are hoping to put all that behind them Wednesday when the movie kicks off the Cannes Film Festival.Hollywood superstar Nicole Kidman and French director Olivier Dahan are just some of the big names due to tread the red carpet as their film gets its world premiere at the start of the 12-day film fest in the glamorous Riviera resort.Dahan's "Grace of Monaco" has been embroiled in not one but two rows as the princely children of the late actress-turned-princess and powerful US distributor Harvey Weinstein blast the director's version of the film.The event is due to kick off at 1915 (1715 GMT) with an opening ceremony hosted by French actor Lambert Wilson, after which 18 films will compete for the coveted Palme d'Or prize during the May 14-25 extravaganza.
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