Tilda Swinton is giving a nod to Ukraine.
On Tuesday, the award-winning actress attended the photo-call for her newest movie, “The Eternal Daughter,” wearing an outfit by Loewe, which featured red trousers and a light blue, pin-striped, oversize button-down. Her normally blond pixie hair was also dyed a bright yellow.
“It’s my honor to wear half of the Ukrainian flag,” she said, responding to a journalist who complimented her look, representing the bottom half of the country’s flag.
For the premiere of “The Eternal Daughter,” Swinton’s new yellow hair complemented her bright lilac form-fitting, long-sleeved gown by Haider Ackermann.
The film, directed by Joanna Hogg, tells the story of a middle-aged daughter and her mother who must face the long-buried secrets of their former family home, which was once a grand mansion that has transformed into an eerie hotel.
Swinton stars as the lead role, with Joseph Mydell, Carly-Sophia Davies and Alfie Sankey-Green as supporting characters.
The 79th edition of the festival is taking place until Saturday and will debut some of the year’s most-anticipated films, such as the biographical drama on Marilyn Monroe “Blonde,” “The Whale,” “The Son” and Olivia Wilde’s anticipated thriller, “Don’t Worry Darling,” which stars Harry Styles and Florence Pugh.
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