Cannes: Angelina & Brad Pitt Hit Tetou Restaurant Last Night!!

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Brad & Angelina are both in Cannes to promote their respective films. Angie did her bit last week during the premiere of the upcoming “Kung Fu Panda 2″ movie which hits theaters on May 26. Brad Pitt, on the other hand, is in town to pimp “The Tree of Life,” the latest film by director Terrence Malick (dude behind ‘The Thin Red Line’& ‘Badlands’), which also starring Sean Penn. Apparently it’s the hottest ticket at the Cannes Film Festival this year, so there must be something special about it, right? After a long, long wait, people finally got to check it out earlier today. You can read one of the first reviews on the net @ Total Film (thanks Boz!).

Her’s some plot action:

Details of the plot released by sources involved in the production have been minimal. It is described as a 1950s period piece.[1] The first official description of the film emerged from foreign sales agent Summit Entertainment’s official website on September 21, 2008, in the form of a thematic summary of the film, describing it as “the tale of a Texas boy’s journey from the innocence of childhood to his disillusioned adult years as a ‘lost soul in the modern world’, and his quest to regain meaning in life.”[2]

An official synopsis was later released at the 2010 American Film Market:

We trace the evolution of an eleven-year-old boy in the Midwest, Jack, one of three brothers. At first all seems marvelous to the child. He sees as his mother does with the eyes of his soul. She represents the way of love and mercy, where the father tries to teach his son the world’s way of putting oneself first. Each parent contends for his allegiance, and Jack must reconcile their claims. The picture darkens as he has his first glimpses of sickness, suffering and death. The world, once a thing of glory, becomes a labyrinth. [Source]

And, here’s Brad rockin’ some really f’d-up shades at yesterday’s photocall:
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