The moment when Jane Fonda threw the Palme d’Or scroll to director Justine Triet at the Cannes Film Festival has now gone viral on the internet…

The moment when Jane Fonda threw the Palme d’Or scroll to director Justine Triet at the Cannes Film Festival has now gone viral on the internet…

During the weekend of the 2023 Cannes Film Festival, which took place in Cannes, France, Jane Fonda decided to take things into her own hands. The French filmmaker Justine Triet was given the Palme d’Or Award by the veteran actress who is now 85 years old.

Fonda referred to the event as a “historic moment,” highlighting the fact that seven female filmmakers were nominated for the coveted prize for the very first movie, and she praised the festival for its progression in this area.

After that, she presented Triet with the prize for the film Anatomy of a Fall that she had made. Triet is only the third female director in the history of the festival to win the prestigious award; however, in the excitement of the moment, Triet forgot to take the rolled up scroll that came with the award from the podium where she accepted the honor, after giving her politically charged speech in French. This makes Triet only the third female director in the history of the festival to win the award.

It was observed that Fonda was reaching out to touch Triet’s back in an attempt to let her know that she had forgotten to bring the scroll with her, but she eventually gave up and threw the paper at the director while throwing up her hands in a humorous display of defeat.

A video of the event became viral, and many people laughed at Fonda’s antics when they watched it.

Prior to the scene that went viral, the actress of 80 For Brady also made waves during a chat she had at the festival in which she expressed her honest comments on some of her A-list former co-stars, including Robert Redford and Katharine Hepburn.

Fonda praised Redford as a “very good person” and said that the legendary actor “did not like to kiss,” according to Deadline. Simply put, he has a problem with females.”

She also said that after shooting the scene with her father, Henry Fonda, and Hepburn for “On Golden Pond,” she contacted Hepburn to congratulate her on winning the Academy Award for best actress.

“We were all nominated for Academy Awards; I was up for supporting actor, she was up for best actress, and my dad was up for best actor. I didn’t win. “And that is exactly what they did,” she remembered. “And I called [Hepburn] up to congratulate her, and she said, ‘You’ll never catch me!’” “And I called [Hepburn] up to congratulate her”

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