Penelope Cruz received equal pay for Everybody Knows

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"He had a Spanish teacher", Cruz said about her director, who she called a sponge.

A still from "Everybody Knows".

In closed, tight spaces observing faces, listening in to their chatter, Farhadi is in control.

Her former boyfriend Paco (Cruz's real-life husband Javier Bardem) now owns and runs the vineyard that once belonged to her family. But not only did they look as glamorous as it can get, they were spotted at the airport on their way to the French Riviera looking equally stylish.

"Yes", said Cruz in response to this question thrown at them at a press conference on Wednesday after their film's opening-night premier.

"Everyone keeps telling me, "this must be so exciting" and I keep telling them that I feel like I am a player for a Pakistani team but I am playing alone".

"We don't take the characters home at the end of the day".

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"When I was in my 20s, I thought the more I would torture myself and the more I would stay in character for months, the better the result would be".

"I am thrilled that my first visit will also bring to life this fabulous new association with Magnum", said the designer, who is a "firm believer that there are absolutely no substitutes to hard-work and patience". "That allows me to jump from reality to fiction". Also on the jury that will decide this year's Palme d'Or top prize are Ava DuVernay, Kristen Stewart and Lea Seydoux, who says Weinstein had made unwelcome advances on her. The couple married in July 2010, and have two children, 7-year-old son Leo and 4-year-old daughter Luna.

For the "Gangs Of Wasseypur", "Luv Shuv Tey Chicken Khurana", "Dedh Ishqiya" and "Viceroy's House" actress, coming back to Cannes is special as it was here that her first film "Gangs of Wasseypur" was screened six years ago.

The location may have dramatically changed but the themes are strikingly familiar in the latest film from Oscar-winning Iranian director Asghar Farhadi (A Separation, The Salesman).

"Because the time has come to speak out, and because there must be zero tolerance with sexual harassment or abuse of any kind, the Festival de Cannes, in partnership with the French Ministry of Gender Equality, has made a decision to take a firm approach to preventing sexual harassment, and to stand shoulder to shoulder with victims", the festival said.

"I spoke to him yesterday". Over the last 28 years, I have focused relentlessly on my work in cinema and with my label. "I think it has a lot to do with power, it is not only limited to the film business", reports IANS.

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